Open source and third-party components are the foundation of mission-critical applications in Government, but often contain security vulnerabilities.
1 in 10 open source component download requests contain a known security vulnerability.
Federal Agencies should be able to generate a software bill of materials to identify all open source within an application to continuously manage risk and enforce open source policies across your entire software development lifecycle.
Create a Secure Development Environment
Enforce open source policies within the developer’s IDE and SCM tools and quarantine bad components with an OSS firewall.
Detect Unknown or Unauthorized Components
Automatically generate a software bill of materials to identify open source and third-party libraries used within your software supply chain.
Implement Change-Detection Mechanisms
Continuously monitor applications for new open source security risk and resolve quickly with expert remediation guidance.
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