Does Lacework work in all datacenter and cloud environments?
The Lacework agent works in all public clouds (Azure, AWS, Google), private datacenters and hybrid environments.
Does Lacework perform enforcement?
Lacework is a breach detection and investigation tool. It provides information on when and how a breach happened, including the users, machines and applications involved in the breach.
How is Lacework Polygraph different from micro-segmentation?
Micro-segmentation is a firewall technology where every machine must be tagged and multiple policies must be created to allow or block communication. Lacework Polygraph is a zero-touch breach detection system that automatically tags workloads. It works at application/container level and is more precise than micro-segmentation, which looks at only network connectivity. Lacework Polygraph application behaviors and alerts if any anomaly is detected. It does not require the creation of any manual rules or policies.
Can I use Lacework for micro-segmentation?
Lacework's machine communication polygraph provides workload-level communication patterns, which can be used to construct micro-segmentation policies.
Can I try the Lacework Polygraph before buying?
Yes, you can sign up for a free 30 day trial at Lacework.com - https://info.lacework.com/free-trial.
How long is data stored by Lacework?
Lacework stores data for 90 days by default. If you need to store data for longer, please contact us at email@example.com.
Does Lacework Polygraph support Containers?
Lacework Polygraph accesses information from Docker environments to facilitate breach detection and incident investigation. Lacework is fully container-aware and is available as a Docker container.
Where and how can I check the service status of Lacework?
Lacework provides real time updates of the performance and overall status of the system. This information can be retrieved from https://www.laceworkstatus.net. You can also subscribe to updates from the status web page, which sends notifications and updates to all registered email subscribers.
Having issues getting emails from Lacework or using the links from the Lacework login email?
If your organization uses Microsoft Office 365 Exchange Email server, Lacework recommends adding the Lacework sending domain (lacework.net) to your Office 365 Exchange Email whitelist. For more information, see Whitelist the Lacework Domain in the Office 365 Exchange Email Server.