Automatically generate a software bill of materials (SBOMs) during the build
SBOMs are essential to software supply-chain security and pinpoint components—especially in open-source code—that may be vulnerable to attacks and require patching. Panoptica uses the latest standards for signing and verifying software using sigstore keyless, in addition to symmetric and asymmetric code signing.
Detect security vulnerabilities on-the-go in development, testing, and production environments
Busy developers need an easy way to detect and prioritize risks associated with their software supply chains, including any exploits in open-source software (OSS). Panoptica provides visibility and runtime verification of SBOMs and correlates them with known vulnerabilities—making sure all software components are secure.
Protection against multiple attack vectors
Supply-chain attacks bypass typical defenses to compromise a wide range of targeted networks, file systems, packages, and executables. Panoptica provides visibility and runtime verification of vulnerabilities by comparing against SBOMs.
Demonstrate compensating controls for high-risk vulnerabilities
High-risk vulnerabilities pose the greatest possible risk of damage to the supply chain from a breach or an attack. Panoptica allows compliance teams to demonstrate compensating security controls to sufficiently offset the dangers of high-risk vulnerabilities when issuing a zero-day patch is not an option.
Automate fast protection against newly discovered vulnerabilities
The time between the initial disclosure of a new vulnerability and its exploitation is shrinking. Panoptica enables developers to monitor open-source components by automatically scanning SBOMs and flagging those with excessive risk.
Automatically block exploits and notify security teams
Exploits take advantage of vulnerabilities to deliver malware into the software supply chain. Panoptica eliminates the need for developers to manually mitigate exploits by automatically detecting and blocking them during the runtime verification of SBOMs.