ReversingLabs promotes third party risk management by collecting software bills of materials, continuously scanning for and identifying malware and tampering, and enforcing custom scanning policies and guardrails. Organizations can understand the size of their attack surface and risk, identify active threats in real time, and uphold organizational best practices.
PwC and ReversingLabs Form Strategic Alliance to Bring Software Supply Chain Security to Third Party Risk Management Programs
Procurement and IT teams have limited visibility, being unable to determine whether specific software versions are safe to acquire or deploy. ReversingLabs Software Supply Chain Security provides an interactive SBOM, malware and tampering detection, and custom policy enforcement, enabling enterprises to know the components and risks of third-party software, the integrity of software updates, and whether best practices are being followed.
The way firms must think about their supply chain continues to evolve and it’s clear now that with such a high dependency on software and technology, getting visibility into software security is no longer a nice-to-have activity.Penny Flint, Partner, PwC UK
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Rapidly analyze software binaries, containers, open source libraries, and third-party software for threats
Identify high-risk software, remediate risks buried deep within layers of software dependencies, isolate threats when they occur
Confidently confirm security quality with custom approval policies, and release safely to production environments
Identify, investigate, and respond to new risks which are introduced throughout the software use lifecycle.