Supply Chain Security

There are over 20,000 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) discovered per year in open source and third-party code. The first step to prevent costly and disruptive supply chain attacks is to ensure that dependencies and container images are free of critical vulnerabilities.

Deepfactor scans applications to ensure that all artifacts, dependencies, and OS packages are secure, while providing detailed usage information for developers to prioritize resolution of the most critical security risks.

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Vulnerable Dependencies

Deepfactor automatically identifies vulnerable dependencies and provides a detailed and dynamic software bill of materials complete with licensing, file usage, code interactions, and network behavior to avoid compliance violations and protect against supply chain attacks.

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Vulnerable OS Packages

Deepfactor analyses operating system packages to identify vulnerable components in development and testing to avoid shipping code with known security risks.

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Usage Information

Deepfactor observes all OS package components and dependencies during testing to correlate supply chain component usage, helping developers prioritize and remediate active code.

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Licensing Risk

Deepfactor detects licensing-related risks such as end of life (EOL) or General Public License (GPL) use that may introduce security vulnerabilities, violate compliance requirements, or have a negative business impact.

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Software Bill of Materials

Deepfactor delivers a dynamic Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) including detailed network, licensing, file, process, and usage information about every dependency and OS package referenced and used in an application.

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  • Vulnerable Dependencies

    // Supply Chain Security:

    Vulnerable Dependencies

    Deepfactor automatically identifies vulnerable dependencies and provides a detailed and dynamic software bill of materials complete with licensing, file usage, code interactions, and network behavior to avoid compliance violations and protect against supply chain attacks.

  • Vulnerable OS Packages

    // Supply Chain Security:

    Vulnerable OS Packages

    Deepfactor analyses operating system packages to identify vulnerable components in development and testing to avoid shipping code with known security risks.

  • Usage Information

    // Supply Chain Security:

    Usage Information

    Deepfactor observes all OS package components and dependencies during testing to correlate supply chain component usage, helping developers prioritize and remediate active code.

  • Licensing Risk

    // Supply Chain Security:

    Licensing Risk

    Deepfactor detects licensing-related risks such as end of life (EOL) or General Public License (GPL) use that may introduce security vulnerabilities, violate compliance requirements, or have a negative business impact.

  • Software Bill of Materials

    // Supply Chain Security:

    Software Bill of Materials

    Deepfactor delivers a dynamic Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) including detailed network, licensing, file, process, and usage information about every dependency and OS package referenced and used in an application.

Reduce Supply Chain Risk

Eliminate known vulnerabilities in open source and third-party code that could lead to costly supply chain attacks and data breaches.

Accelerate Releases

Avoid delays in releases by identifying and remediating supply chain vulnerabilities in development and test rather than after penetration test or audit finding.

Simplify Compliance

Provide customers and regulatory bodies with a detailed Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) to prove the integrity and security of your software supply chain.

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