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ReversingLabs automates software supply chain security assessments, policy control and component visibility required by organizations acquiring, deploying and managing third-party applications. It empowers Third-Party Risk Management, Procurement, and IT teams to safely accept third-party software and future updates.

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Comprehensive Third-Party Software Risk Visibility

Comprehensive Third-Party Software Risk Visibility

Challenge: Teams concerned about third-party risk face new challenges from software supply chain attacks. Commercial software provides threat actors a vector to hide and distribute malicious artifacts to thousands of unsuspecting enterprises and government agencies. Organizations cannot manage risks with limited visibility into software components or incomplete threat analysis.

Solution: ReversingLabs provides the only interactive SBOM that reports and prioritizes software supply chain threats (e.g., malware, tampering, risky behavior changes) and security policy failures for every discovered component (e.g., open source, third-party dependencies, installer applications) and non-executable file (e.g. help documents, image files, or demonstration videos) within the provided release package, container or update.

Audit & Verify Before Deployment

Monitor Risk Changes Throughout Software Use Lifecycle

Challenge: Relying solely on a point-in-time, vendor attestation questionnaire cannot deliver the required level of insight to ensure that regularly updated applications, even from a trusted vendor, remain secure. While a check-the-box approach can flag potential problems, it can overlook newer exposures and risks, providing an incomplete view.

Solution: ReversingLabs validates software components, behaviors and files from the release package, without requiring source code or special debug builds. Thus customers, auditors, IT and security teams can ensure new updates and changes do not introduce undue risk that falls outside of organizational risk appetite.

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SunBurst: the next level of stealth

SolarWinds compromise exploited through sophistication and patience

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Infographic: The State of Software Supply Chain Security 2022-23

Infographic: The State of Software Supply Chain Security 2022-23

Learn about the state of supply chain security with these key data points and highlights from the report.

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The State of Software Supply Chain Security 2022-23

The State of Software Supply Chain Security 2022-23

Software supply chain security is a key priority for 2023, as organizations face a surge in attacks on everything from open source and third-party dependencies, to developer accounts and log-in credentials, and the technologies used to build, package and sign software.


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