Technology companies use open source to bring their products to market quickly and provide a competitive advantage, but with the benefit of speed comes some inherent risk. 1 in 10 open source component download requests contain a known security vulnerability.
Technology organizations 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.
Provide Proof that Your Applications Are Secure
Automatically generate a software bill of materials (SBOM) to identify open source and third party libraries used within your software supply chain.
Integrate Open Source Security Into Your DevOps Pipeline:
Continuously monitor applications for new open source security risk and resolve quickly with expert remediation guidance.
Trilliant uses the Nexus Platform to seamlessly integrating OSS component intelligence into the developer's IDE
Read how your peers proactively control open-source use to better manage risk.
Use Nexus Vulnerability Scanner and find out if your open source is vulnerable.