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The attack surface of a software environment is the sum of the different points (attack vectors) where an unauthorized user (the attacker) can try to enter data into or extract data from an environment. With the strong growth of public, hybrid, and virtual private clouds, on top of the traditional enterprise private cloud, the number of attack surface points increases dramatically. Effective monitoring in these multi-tenant environments, where usage is elastic and access is limited, requires its own type of visibility.