DeployHub Unifies Security Data to Make it Actionable
Harvest and Leverage Application Security Best Practice Data
DeployHub is an open-source software supply chain security platform that consumes and aggregates security and DevOps intelligence, providing comprehensive, end-to-end insights across the organization. DeployHub harvests security and DevOps data, giving IT teams the actionable insights they need to respond to issues and vulnerabilities quickly. DeployHub is added to your CI/CD pipeline to automate the collection and aggregation of this data using a simple command line interface that can also add SBOM generation to the process if you have not already done so.
DeployHub Puts Your Decoupled Application Security Data to Work
A cloud-native decoupled architecture adds complexity to the application security practice. In a decoupled architecture, hundreds of independent updates are moving across the pipeline all day long. Application security data is generated for each deployable object, fragmenting the data across siloed teams and objects. When a high-risk vulnerability is found in a single deployable component, teams need to know where the component is running and who depends on it. This is called the components blast radius. Knowing a component’s blast radius is critical for rapid response. With data fragmented across hundreds of components, it can take months to locate and contain a single CVE. According to JFrog, containing a single vulnerability takes an average of 227 days.
To solve this, DeployHub rolls up your application security data produced from the DevOps Pipeline and associates the data with logical applications, environments, and organizational domains. CISO teams can view the insights from the higher organizational views. Directors can view these insights based on the teams they manage. Developers and their Managers can see the information from the application view. According to Mckinsey and Company 65% to 80% of organizations want more visibility into their security and DevOps logs.
Application-Level Compliance Reporting
DeployHub gathers critical security information about each component in the supply chain. A collection of components represents a logical application delivered to end users as a complete solution. DeployHub makes it easy to understand the logical application’s security compliance by aggregating the component-level information up to the application level. Tracking logical application security details makes it easy for CISO teams to determine if a complete software application is compliant versus viewing the data one component at a time.
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Make Your Application Security Data Actionable Today
As technology becomes more decoupled, introducing software supply chain management becomes more critical. Unifying application security data is required in order to restore security views at the critical level – the application. Because application security data is generated at the pipeline level, the data is based on a single deployable object. In a decoupled architecture, your application security data is fragmented across hundreds of pipelines. This article explores the challenge of application level security data in a decoupled architecture.
Application Security Tooling for your DevOps Pipeline
Application security tooling is the automation of security best practices into the DevOps Pipeline. Application security has mainly focused on improving code to fortify user access, protect application input, encryption, and threat modeling. In addition, security enhancements to the DevOps Pipeline enforce best practices to harden the application lifecycle. This whitepaper provides a clear understanding of what is needed to harden application security at minimal cost.
- Software Supply Chain Management Catalogs Explored Whitepaper
- Aggregated SBOM Reports
- Software Supply Chain Management
- Supply Chain Versioning with Historical Trends
- Component Impact and Blast Radius
- Logical Application Views in a Decoupled Architecture
- SBOMs and Cybersecurity
- Federated Software Composition Analysis Data