**Symantec Cloud Workload Protection (CWP)** allows organizations to secure their critical workloads wherever they are – public clouds, private clouds, and physical on-premises data centers – all from a single intuitive console.
* Auto-discovery and visibility
* Robust security across hybrid clouds
* Elastic, cloud-native protection
* Scales automatically
* Visibility of workloads deployed across AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud platforms
* Single console helps to protect workloads across public clouds, private clouds, and physical on-premises data centers
CWP automates workload security, providing discovery, visibility, and protection against advanced threats. And now, with CWP’s new Cloud Bridge feature, Symantec Data Center Security (DCS) customers can choose to manage their virtualized and physical on-premises servers from the CWP console as well.
Automatic and elastic cloud-native security for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform workloads, along with Docker container protection, enables business agility while integrating advanced protections into DevOps service workflows. Automatic identification of workload security postures and software services, including visibility into infrastructure changes, enables automatic policy recommendations for rapid protection deployment.
CWP provides robust protection for hybrid cloud workloads, including unique application isolation that helps to block exploits targeting known and unknown vulnerabilities, OS hardening that helps to stop zero-day threats, anti-malware scanning, and real-time file integrity monitoring (RT-FIM) that helps to prevent unauthorized system changes.
In addition, CWP has access to the latest information on threats and vulnerabilities through the Symantec Global Intelligence Network (GIN). Powering one of the world’s premier civilian cyber defense threat intelligence services, Symantec GIN continuously ingests threat information from more than 15,000 enterprises, 175 million endpoints (consumer and enterprise), and 3,000 threat researchers and engineers.