Go Beyond SCA with Pipeline Composition Analysis
Most Software Composition Analysis (SCA) tools don’t go far enough. Open source security includes both components and dependencies across your entire pipeline, which requires you to scan beyond your repositories. Pipeline Composition Analysis (PCA) identifies dependencies in your software delivery pipelines across all phases of the SDLC; including application code dependencies, build modules and their dependencies, infrastructure as code dependencies and more. By understanding what dependencies you have and where they are in your pipeline, you can immediately identify, prioritize, and remediate any risk.
Find & Fix Vulnerable Dependencies
Secure Vulnerable Dependencies with comprehensive scanning that finds both known vulnerabilities and license violations. Quickly remediate vulnerabilities based on criteria such as severity, exploitability, and whether the vulnerability is located in production environments or exposes sensitive data.
Secure Pipeline Dependencies
Dependency vulnerabilities exist in more places than just source code, including build files, Jenkins Plugins, GitHub Actions, IaC templates, and more. Scan all dependencies for vulnerabilities across your entire pipeline from code to cloud in seconds.
Bridge the Gap Between Development and Deployment Locations
Easily identify the path of vulnerable components from source code through to production environments. Respond quickly to threats and effectively remediate defects by identifying every production location in which vulnerable components have been deployed.
Prioritize Using Runtime Exploitability
Identify License Risks
Identify and assess the risk associated with open source licenses, including the type of license and whether a restrictive license has been used.
Implement Developer Friendly Workflows
Give developers scan results during pull requests that automatically recommend a fix with a single click. Seamlessly integrate with developer workflows and issue trackers to remediate policy violations with no context switching.
GitHub Actions & Code Injection: Avoiding Vulnerable Configurations
As part of our research of the GitHub Actions security landscape, we discovered that in writing a perfectly secure GitHub Actions workflow, several pitfalls could cause severe security consequences. Unless the developers deeply understand GitHub best-practices, these workflows are likely to have mistakes. Such mistakes are costly – and could create supply-chain risk to the application.
Supply Chain Security
Cycode provides visibility, security, and integrity across all phases of the SDLC. Cycode hardens your SDLC’s security posture by implementing consistent governance, and reduces the risk of breaches with a series of scanning engines that look for issues like hardcoded secrets, code leaks, SCA, misconfigurations, SAST and more.
Cycode’s Knowledge Graph tracks code integrity, user activity, and events across the SDLC to prioritize risk, find anomalies, and prevent code tampering.
for All Your DevOps Tools
Pre-built integrations deploy in less than a minute to deliver immediate value and allow maximum agility across all of the tools that make up your SDLC.