Container security orchestration allows to define within your security policy how you are going to respond to your different container security incidents. These responses can be automated in what is called security playbooks. This way, you can define and orchestrate multiple workflows involving different software both for sourcing and responding.
This is how Falco and Splunk Phantom can be integrated together to do this. Phantom is a security orchestration platform, part of Splunk product portfolio. Phantom collects security events and reports from different sources, providing a unified security operations engine on top of them.
With Phantom, you can automate tasks through security playbooks, orchestrate workflows and support a broad range of SOC (Security Operations Center) functions including events, case management, collaboration and reporting. Imagine that to implement security on your Kubernetes cluster you have network perimeter security from your cloud provider, image scanning from a few different places because your use multiple registries, host OS software updates notifications and IDS – container runtime security monitor like Falco. With Phantom, you can unify the events coming from these four sources and create your own “security control center” with aggregated reporting and unified incident response workflows.