Securing Software Supply Chain
Confidently protect the integrity of your software and SDLC
Be confident in everything that goes into the applications you deliver to your customers and users by evolving the security of your software supply chain. Protect your SDLC from the seemingly ever-growing list vulnerabilities and potential attacks. Don’t leave yourself open to blind spots or cracks in your code. Fortify your Future.
In recent years, the severity and frequency of software supply chain attacks have increased significantly. Utilizing open-source components to accelerate the development process has proven to have great advantages, which is why a staggering 98% of all code bases rely on them. Now more than ever it is important to double down on protecting the integrity of your source code and DecOps pipeline.
Almost all software
tested by security firms makes use of open-source components.
From Developer to Deployment
Some of the most recent software supply chain attacks, Log4J and SolarWinds, received wide press coverage, causing government and businesses to respond by scrutinizing their supply chains and putting in place the required processes to protect against risk. However, there are many emerging threats beyond software composition analysis, such as insider threat analysis, insecure compilation, and Hacker-Level Exploits that traditional approaches alone will not be able to protect you from.
Future supply chain security will move beyond CVE scanning of the software you consume. It will encompass attack vectors such as malicious code injected in the source code you develop; the integrity of the code as it moves through the SDLC; the infrastructure driving deployment and operation; and the range of third-party code, components, and interfaces that your software interacts with at runtime. Equally important will be the ability to proactively find/select the best/most secure open-source code for whatever application you build.
Secure your Supply Chain with a Multi-Prong Approach from Fortify
1. Not just technology, but people and process. Feel confident embracing a culture of cybersecurity for a good foundation of a secure software supply chain.
2. Protect the software development pipeline. Go beyond a pipeline designed to catch inadvertent vulnerabilities and toward a resilient approach that is designed to catch changes by untrusted actors and code that behaves in anomalous ways. 3. Produce high-quality software. Quickly detect vunerabilities before software is deployed and that patches applied in a timely manner. Static scanners, dynamic tests on staging servers, and interactive application security testing can all help catch vulnerabilities before they debut in publicly released software.
4. Respond quickly to vulnerabilities. With Fortify you can have a process in place to quickly identify, confirm, and remediate vulnerabilities.
1. Detect security and license risks in third party software 2. Protect the integrity of your source code and DevOps toolchain 3. Evolve your supply chain for the future 4. Insider threat rulepack to detect malicious code injection 5. CI/CD as code (secret scanning) and hacker level insights 6. Innovation for next-gen attacks with proprietary research data 7. Integrated results for one platform that provides a 360-degree view of application risks