Define & Enforce Software Supply Chain Policy
Experience seamless, always-on protection and policy enforcement
Security-as-Code Mechanism to Enforce Policy Without Disruption
Phylum’s policy engine sits directly between the open-source ecosystem and the tools developers use to build source code, in line with the package selection process.
Limit Risk and Reduce Remediation
Automatically enforce software supply chain security and compliance policy directly in developers’ native work environments to block attacks and ensure only trusted code is used
Comply by Default
The Phylum platform comes equipped with a default policy that detects risks across five domains - software vulnerabilities, license misuse, OSS malware, author risk and reputation and engineering risk – and blocks attacks. The default policy also allows organizations to comply with software supply chain security regulations in NIST, ISO and more.
Leveraging OPA, users with more specific requirements can easily write custom policies as needs evolve.
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