Effortlessly Identify and manage open-source components within your codebase with Aptori Software Composition Analysis (SCA). This SCA tool aids in comprehending your software inventory, particularly focusing on third-party and open-source elements, to effectively handle aspects related to quality, licensing, and security risks
Aptori's comprehensive software supply chain security platform offers easy, one-click integration of Open-Source SCA tools with your current CI/CD pipeline. This enables continuous monitoring of code for potential risks at every stage of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), empowering DevSecOps teams to adopt best practices for enhanced code security.
Aptori offers seamless integration of Open-Source Software Composition Analysis tools early in the SDLC.
Seamlessly integrate SCA into your IDE and CI/CD pipeline, Aptori performs quick scans and delivers actionable remediation insights to developers, guaranteeing the release of secure and compliant software.
Detect and address vulnerabilities in an application's proprietary source code during the initial phases of the development process, without slowing down progress. This approach helps in cutting development costs and accelerates the shipping of code to production.
Sift, our lightweight cross-platform CLI, enables developers to quickly and easily test their APIs and get fast feedback as they implement their code. Sift integrates into the IDE or the CI pipeline for autonomous testing, ensuring no API is untested, and all vulnerabilities are fixed before production.
Detect all open-source components, packages, and dependencies in your software for any known vulnerabilities. This process is crucial for ensuring that your software adheres to licensing requirements and for reducing security risks. By doing so, you maintain the integrity and security of your software, while also complying with legal standards.
With Aptori Software Composition Analysis tools, seamlessly integrates with your current CI/CD pipelines and tools, such as Jenkins, GitHub, and GitLab, and workflow management tools, including ServiceNow, Slack, and Jira.
Broken Object Level Authorization (BOLA) is the top OWASP API security vulnerability. Aptori autonomously validates user access scenarios and alerts on policy deviations. This sophisticated testing guarantees your live application does not permit unauthorized access to objects and resources.
Aptori uses AI to generate functional and security tests for APIs, freeing developers from manual test writing. Addressing vulnerabilities early with Aptori is both efficient and cost-effective, preventing issues in live production.
Aptori works by using AI to automate the process of API testing, from the discovery of your APIs and the creation of a semantic graph, to the autonomous testing of API sequences and the tracking of risk. This allows you to release with confidence, reduce costs, and reduce risk.
Software Composition Analysis (SCA) is a process used in software development to identify and manage open-source components within a codebase. It helps understand the software inventory, especially third-party and open-source components, to manage quality, licensing, and security risks. SCA complements other security practices like static application security testing (SAST) and dynamic application security testing (DAST). It should be part of a holistic security strategy.
Security: Identifies known vulnerabilities in open-source components, reducing the risk of security breaches.
Compliance: Ensures compliance with open-source licenses, preventing legal issues.
Quality Assurance: Helps maintain high code quality by identifying problematic components.
Risk Management: Assesses and mitigates risks associated with third-party components.
Shift-Left security testing is a proactive approach to software security that integrates testing measures early and throughout the development lifecycle. "Shift-Left" signifies the movement of security considerations toward the initiation stage. It promotes "building security in" from the beginning, resulting in safer, more secure software. It fosters a culture of shared responsibility for security.
Developer-first security proactively integrates security protocols into the software development process from the onset, replacing the notion of security as an afterthought. This strategy ingrains security considerations into the code-writing phase, empowering developers to champion the safety of their code and cultivating a culture of shared security responsibility.
Shift-Left testing proactively integrates security at the early stages of development, allowing early detection and mitigation of vulnerabilities. Conversely, Shift-Right extends security into post-production, involving real-time monitoring and testing under real-world conditions to ensure resilience and rapid response to security issues. The optimal strategy is a comprehensive "Shift Everywhere" approach, embedding security from initial design to post-production.
SCA tools scan code repositories to identify open-source components and their dependencies. They match identified components against databases of known vulnerabilities, license information, and code quality metrics. This analysis produces reports detailing the risks and actions needed to mitigate them.
SCA is vital for:
Software developers to ensure code integrity and security.
Project managers for risk assessment and management.
Legal teams to ensure compliance with licensing.
Security professionals to identify and address vulnerabilities.
SCA should be integrated throughout the software development life cycle (SDLC):
During development, for early detection of issues.
At code integration points or before major releases.
Regularly, as part of ongoing maintenance.
Software Supply Chain Security refers to the practices and measures taken to protect software from vulnerabilities and threats at every stage of its development and distribution process. This concept is crucial in the modern software development landscape, where software often comprises multiple components sourced from different vendors, including open-source libraries and third-party services. The "supply chain" in this context includes all the elements involved in software creation, from initial development to its final deployment.