Secure the Software Supply Chain

ReversingLabs extends security controls into the SDLC (software development lifecycle) by facilitating deep visibility into all aspects of the supply chain, from open source dependencies through CI/CD (continuous integration / continuous delivery) and delivery of packaged applications.

Secure the Software Supply Chain
Protect SDLC from Malicious Files

Protect SDLC from Malicious Files

Challenge: As engineers consume software components and containers from open source and third-party libraries to build their applications, demands increase to ensure the integrity of the software and that security measures are in place to prevent malicious content from entering the lifecycle.

Solution: ReversingLabs accurately detects malware in code repositories through automated static analysis. This provides greater app security for engineers and DevOps teams in their code development and deployment activities.

Secure Trusted Relationships across the Ecosystem

Secure Trusted Relationships across the Ecosystem

Challenge: As businesses look to digital and e-commerce marketplaces to engage with buyers and sellers, risk reduction is key - across all partners.

Solution: ReversingLabs continuously monitors the e-commerce infrastructure, exposing threats and detailed malware data through static analysis - and through integrations with application protection, certificate standards, and cryptography controls contain threats using those results. 

Reference Architecture

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

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Solution Insights

Blog

Mining for malicious Ruby gems

Mining for malicious Ruby gems

Typosquatting barrage on RubyGems software repository users

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Video

Protecting Applications from Software Supply Chain Attack Whiteboard

Protecting Applications from Software Supply Chain Attack Whiteboard

Tomislav Pericin, Chief Architect and Co-Founder at ReversingLabs, whiteboards how to protect applications from software supply chain attacks.

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Webinar

How to Inject Security into the SDLC

How to Inject Security into the SDLC

Watch our webinar to hear how software supply chains are evolving and how security processes and controls can automate SOC response to potential risk.

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