What's new?

Below are the major changes in Deep Security feature release:

Enhanced platform support

Deep Security Manager

  • Oracle 18 database support
  • Oracle 19c database support
  • PostgreSQL 11 database support

Google Cloud Platform: Google Cloud Platform (GCP) has been integrated with Deep Security. You can now view new GCP instances that come online or are removed, and which instances have protection. If you are using multiple clouds on-premise and in your data center, Deep Security can provide visibility for all of your environments. This feature is available for VMs that have Deep Security Agent 12.0 or later installed. For details, see Add a Google Cloud Platform account.

Improved security

Container Control: The Container Control module controls whether a container can run on a Docker host that is protected by a Deep Security Agent, based on parameters that you configure. You can block privileged containers from running, or allow them to run but log an event. If you have Deep Security Smart Check running in your environment, you can also block containers where Smart Check has found malware or vulnerabilities. For more information, see Protect your environment from risky containers.

This feature requires that you upgrade to Deep Security Agent Feature Releases (version 12.5 or higher), which will be available soon.

Improved management and quality

Enhanced visibility of scheduled scan tasks and event based tasks: Scheduled scan tasks and event-based tasks have been improved by providing scan visibility as well as specific reasons for each uncompleted Anti-Malware scan and recommended actions to resolve the scan.

Advanced billing reporting: The Security Module Usage Report now includes the Cloud Account ID (AWS Account ID, Azure Subscription ID or GCP Project ID) for protected instances.