Wiz analyzes your AWS, Azure, GCP, and Kubernetes stacks, evaluating your cloud architecture and risk factors such as internet exposure, software and configuration vulnerabilities, identities, secrets, and malware.
Wiz scans the operating system, installed software, and code libraries in cloud workloads —including VMs, containers, and serverless functions—and checks against the National Vulnerability Database (NVD), vendor OVAL repositories, and dozens of other vulnerability databases to match known vulnerabilities to the versions you’re running and prioritize them based on risk.
Wiz uses an agentless approach—a single API connector per AWS, Azure, GCP, and Kubernetes environment to scan cloud configurations and inside every cloud workload
Unlike agent-based tools that take months to deploy and only achieve partial coverage, Wiz connects to your entire cloud environment APIs in minutes. Wiz not only scans cloud configurations, but deep inside every cloud workload
Wiz delivers full feature support across AWS, Azure, GCP, and every Kubernetes flavor so you can enforce consistent policies
Wiz performs a contextual analysis of cloud risks across AWS, Azure, GCP, and every flavor of Kubernetes using a graph database to identify the toxic combinations that make your cloud susceptible to a breach.
It’s not just a single misconfiguration or a vulnerability that creates the most serious risk, it’s usually a combination of multiple problems. Wiz represents all resources across your entire cloud architecture on a graph database, maps the connections created by entitlements and networking, and then layers risk factors such as internet exposure and software and configuration vulnerabilities to identify the toxic combinations that make your cloud susceptible to a breach.
Wiz delivers a cloud control workflow across AWS, Azure, GCP, and every flavor of Kubernetes to enable security, DevOps, and engineering teams to focus on the highest risks and proactively harden your cloud environment
Wiz connects to ticketing, workflow, SIEM, and messaging applications to surface issues in the tools cloud teams use