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Complete Visibility & Security
Across Your CI/CD Pipeline

Proactively monitor and prevent supply chain attacks in your CI pipeline. Always keep tabs on CI/CD security policies, configurations, and governance.

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Build Security In Real-Time

Leverage Cycode’s lightweight eBPF-based runtime security solution to detect and prevent any threats in real-time.

Powered by eBPF

Instant Threat Detection 

Developer Friendly

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Enforce Least Privilege Access
Across All Your SDLC Tools

Audit privileges across your entire SDLC—such as which users have access to code
repositories, read vs. write, and/or user vs. admin, etc.—then enforce least
privilege policies and separation of duties to reduce security risks and meet
compliance requirements (SSDF, SOC 2 Type II, PCI-DSS, FedRAMP, etc.).

Detect CI/CD issues in your pipeline  

Complete pipeline inventory 

Surface insights and dependencies 

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Level Up Authentication Security

Cycode helps enforce strong authentication policies such as multi-factor authentication and single sign-on to ensure each user is actually who they claim to be.

Authentication policy enforcement 

Swift compromise fixes

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Detect Any Anomalous Activity

Identify insider threats by learning how users interact with tools in the SDLC, and then automatically detect high-risk deviations from learned baselines— like cloning code from unknown locations, or cloning excessive repos within a short period of time.

User pattern mapping 

Smart deviation detection