ReversingLabs Delivers Software Supply Chain Security with Next Generation Secrets Detection
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 14, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ReversingLabs, the leader in software supply chain security, today unveiled new secrets detection features within its Software Supply Chain Security (SSCS) platform. ReversingLabs is the first solution of its kind to improve secrets detection coverage by providing teams with the context and transparency needed to prioritize developer’s remediation efforts, reduce manual triage fatigue and improve security controls for preventing leakage.
“These new capabilities underscore ReversingLabs commitment to address growing software supply chain complexity and increasingly sophisticated threats. Our comprehensive solution enables teams to securely control the release of software via the detection of software supply chain threats, malware, malicious behaviors, tampering and secrets exposures,” said Mario Vuksan, CEO and Co-founder of ReversingLabs. “Supply chain risks demand evolved application security capabilities that confront the full spectrum of challenges introduced by open source- and third party components, commercial software, and binary misconfigurations. Our SSCS platform goes beyond existing solutions that only provide open-source licensing compliance and vulnerability detection or analyze source code quality for vulnerabilities to fill in the gaps they leave behind.”
The Risk of Secrets
“Exposed secrets included in software release packages leave businesses vulnerable to a software supply chain breach. Look no further than the CircleCI and CodeCov incidents,” added Vuksan. “With these new secrets capabilities, we are giving software publishers something other available offerings don’t. That's better visibility into their supply chain risks with specific capabilities for secrets detection and management.”
Detect and Remediate Secrets Exposure
ReversingLabs Software Supply Chain Security solution can identify more than 250 secret-types out of the box, including private keys, version control, certs, tokens, and more. Once identified, its transparent detection capabilities allow teams to view discovered secrets for immediate true positive confirmation, determine its precise location, which services are affected, and if those secrets are exposed or leaked elsewhere. The solution prioritizes all remediation efforts by suppressing third party, open-source, testing keys, and other commonly shared secrets while reducing the fatigue that results from manual triage.
ReversingLabs secrets capabilities include superior detection coverage and contextual prioritization, “just in time” secrets management, canary token management and custom detection policies. Additionally, ReversingLabs provides publicly available guidance for sensitive information policies, including documentation of public exposures and secrets breakdown by service for web service access credentials, web service access tokens, web service API keys and webhook service access keys.
For more insights about today’s news visit New Secrets Management Capabilities for Mitigating Software Supply Chain Risk. To learn more about the ReversingLabs Software Supply Chain Security platform and its secrets detection capabilities, visit Detect, Prioritize and Manage Exposed Secrets at ReversingLabs.
The ReversingLabs Software Supply Chain Security Platform analyzes any file, binary, or software package, including those that evade traditional security solutions. The hybrid-cloud, privacy centric platform democratizes insights across the enterprise, enabling development teams to securely release applications; third-party risk teams to safely procure software; and security operations teams to monitor, isolate and quickly respond to threats.
ReversingLabs data is used by more than 65 of the world's most advanced security vendors and their tens of thousands of security professionals. ReversingLabs enterprise customers span all industries, leveraging integrations with popular DevSecOps and SOC platforms that enable teams to access the analysis they need to make quick security verdicts, eliminate threats, and release software with confidence.