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April 2023 Windows Agent Release


Release Notes

  • Support for workload security on Windows containers in AKS and EKS Clusters - You can now deploy the Lacework Windows agent on an Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) or Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) cluster to enable threat detection, file and Windows registry integrity monitoring, and host-based intrusion detection on Windows containers.

    The Lacework Helm chart for the Windows agent enables you to automatically deploy a Kubernetes pod containing the agent onto every node in your cluster. For more information, see Deploy Windows Agent on AKS and EKS Clusters.

  • Removed osquery dependencies in Windows agent - Starting in this release, Lacework has removed all osquery dependencies in the Windows agent. This will reduce agent CPU and memory usage.

  • Improved event detections by Windows agent - The Windows agent is expanding the data it collects to support improved event detections.

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