Prisma Cloud can scan the virtual machine (VM) images in your AWS environment for the following types of vulnerabilities:
Host configuration: Vulnerabilities in the VM image setup.
Docker daemon configuration: Vulnerabilities that stem from misconfiguring your Docker daemon. The Docker daemon derives its configuration from various files, including /etc/sysconfig/docker or /etc/default/docker.
Docker daemon configuration files: Vulnerabilities that arise from setting incorrect permissions on critical configuration files.
Docker security operations: Recommendations and reminders for extending your current security best practices to include containers.
Linux configuration: Compliance of Linux hosts. For example, ensure mounting of the
hfs filesystem is disabled.
To view the health of the VM images in your environment:
Open Console, then go to Monitor > Compliance > Hosts > VM images.
Click on a VM image on the list.
A report for the compliance issues on the VM image is shown.
All compliance issues identified in the latest VM image scan can be exported to a CSV file by clicking on the CSV button in the top right of the table.