Prevent software supply chain attacks with Anchore
Anchore’s end-to-end, SBOM-powered software supply chain security management platform protects you and your customers at every step, from SBOM monitoring to policy enforcement to remediation. Anchore integrates at every stage of the software development process from source code to build to runtime. Every package, every library, every version is cataloged and stored. This enables organizations to find out where content is, where it came from, and how it changed.
Anchore’s policy engine ensures you can automate checks to detect and prevent malicious content at every step in your pipeline and ensure only the most trusted content is released to downstream users. With its flexible APIs, Anchore integrates with your existing platforms and tools to ensure that it starts delivering value without major changes to how you build and run software.
End-to-end SBOM coverage
Comprehensive, end-to-end SBOM management reduces risk and increases transparency in software supply chains. Anchore automatically generates and analyzes comprehensive SBOMs at each step of the development lifecycle. SBOMs are stored in a repository to provide visibility into components, dependencies, and continuous vulnerability monitoring.
Enforce provenance controls
Flexible policy rules ensure only approved content is allowed into your software pipeline. Create strict rules for production that only allow use of internal builds but allow developers to experiment with new open source libraries. Use Anchore Enterprise to better understand which vendors you are using in your applications.
Prevent content drift
Detect SBOM drift in the build process to uncover unexpected dependencies, malicious efforts to infiltrate builds, and inadvertent errors. Alert security staff to changes in SBOMs so they can be assessed for risks or malicious activity.
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How Anchore helps secure your software supply chain
Who benefits from Anchore’s software supply chain security platform
Respond to the next Log4Shell in minutes rather than days. Enforce usage policies across your developers to ensure they are only using trusted components and avoid the reputation and financial costs of being the next high profile supply chain attack victim.
Establish customers’ trust in your product by demonstrating good practices in software supply chain security. Provide transparency about open source dependencies in your product and their provenance.
Comply with the Secure Software Development Framework by generating and storing SBOMs across software you develop, buy, or use. Understand your dependency on open source software and its associated risks.