The Software Supply Chain Security Company
Automate software supply chain security to block new risks, prioritize existing issues and only use open-source code that you trust.
Provenance-Based Risk Approach
To truly mitigate the risk of using open-source software, organizations must continuously analyze all packages published into the numerous ecosystems, in real time and at scale. The open-source ecosystem continues to grow at an increasing rate, but, how do you know what code to trust and why?
The Phylum Risk Framework
Find malware and backdoors that can compromise developers, build or production infrastructure.
Identify vulnerabilities beyond curated repositories. Phylum’s ML catalogues vulnerabilities not registered in conventional databases.
Authorship Risk & Reputation
Correlate human elements of the author persona including country of origin, commit record, social networks and security posture.
Evaluate the commercial viability of licenses and how they change over time.
Assess package viability by analyzing test coverage, level of maintenance, technical debt and code quality.
Understand Risk For Priority Outcomes
Set the criteria and know the risk in the context of your business objectives
Define your threat model to tune signal:noise
Customize scoring criteria to align with risk tolerance associated with your specific business needs.
Remove roadblocks to fast, secure innovation
Address alert fatigue
Integrate in 60 seconds
Operate at the speed of development by integrating into your unique development process.
Stay ahead of modern attacks
Automate the entire process of identifying packages, analyzing software supply chain risks and keeping up with evolving threats.
Reduce open-source attack surface
Join us on our mission to secure the universe of code
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