ReversingLabs Software Supply Chain Security
Software supply chain security analysis for end-to-end software development workflows, containers and release packages
File storage systems represent powerful productivity and collaboration environments, but they can also serve as an unintended distribution platform for malicious software. ReversingLabs scans network file sharing and synchronization systems for malware and suspicious content to isolate threats before they spread.
Challenge: Employees within organizations and across partner communities leverage shared network drives and folders to exchange files and manage content, using both on-premises and cloud-based resources, assuming that shared data is clean of malware.
Solution: ReversingLabs accurately detects hard to find malware in file and data stores through automated static analysis, providing greater assurance that threats can be eliminated before propagating across a broader network. By mitigating this risk, confidence and trust in sharing data is established.
Challenge: Enterprise departments maintain individual offsite synch & backup stores to support business continuity in the case of disaster recovery or system failures but could place the business at risk if data were compromised anywhere within this infrastructure.
Solution: ReversingLabs monitors, analyzes, and alerts on changes in backup file and archived content stored for disaster recovery in both on-premises and cloud-based offsite storage. This ensures these critical data repositories are free of malicious objects and that re-infection from compromised backups is minimized.
The Titanium Hybrid-Cloud Platform offers a flexible deployment architecture enabling high volume processing, accelerated object analysis, file reputation services and investigation through TitaniumCore, TitaniumCloud, TitaniumScale and the A1000
ReversingLabs integrates with Microsoft SharePoint and OneDrive to expose malware hidden in shared files so malware can be contained and prevented from propagating.
ReversingLabs integrates with Dropbox to secure the multiple layers of protection they have in place across a distributed infrastructure so that users may securely access files from desktop, web, and mobile, or through connected third-party apps.
ReversingLabs integrates with Box to help secure their cloud platform for content management, workflow and management of their customers' distributed business processes - increasing employee productivity while protecting businesses most valuable information.