When you Access Prisma Cloud, you first see
You can then use the following tabs to interact with the data and
visualize the traffic flow and connection details to and from the
different resources in your cloud deployment; review the default
policy rules and compliance standards; and explore how the web
interface is organized to help you and DevSecOps teams to monitor
—Get a graphical view
of the health cloud (security and compliance posture) of your assets
deployed across multiple public cloud environments.
—Identify security threats
and vulnerabilities, create and save investigative queries, and analyze
—Configure policies to maintain
compliance and security.
—Monitor your cloud accounts against
compliance standards (such as NIST, SOC 2, HIPAA, PCI, GDPR, ISO 27001:2013),
create custom policies, and generate reports for offline viewing.
—View the list of discovered violations and
anomalies, drill in to the details and
look up remediation options, and create alert rules and notification
—Deploy the Prisma Cloud Defender
in hosts, containers, and serverless environments to identify vulnerabilities,
detect anomalous behavior, and provide least privilege micro-segmentation
and runtime defense across the entire application lifecycle from
CICD to runtime. You can deploy Prisma Cloud Defenders on heterogeneous environments, including
Windows, Linux, Kubernetes, OpenShift, AWS Lambda, Azure Functions,
GCP Cloud Functions,and more. Defenders can create IP table rules
on the host to observe network traffic and to enforce both CNNF
and CNAF firewall policies. For details see the Prisma Cloud Administrator’s
—Add new cloud accounts and
set up Prisma Cloud administrative users. You can also set up account
groups, create users, associate roles and permissions, add external
integrations including SAML integration (SSO), view audit logs,
manage IP whitelisting, and view license and usage reporting, and
modify the browser session timeout.
—Maintain your profile,manage
your credentials, and change the UI display language.