Software development is more fast-paced and automated than ever before. To keep up and adapt to the rapidly changing needs of your business, you need to build security into DevOps. Synopsys solutions for DevSecOps help you shift security left without slowing down your development teams.
Complex tools and a lack of security training create delays and lead to late-stage rework. Developers have to go back to fix existing code, taking time and resources away from high-priority projects.
Integrating dozens of AST tools can be challenging and time-consuming. AppSec testing can impede or break development pipelines, leading to lost productivity and missed deadlines.
With too many results from too many tools, security and development teams struggle to sort through disparate findings to focus on the issues that matter most to the business.
Code Sight™ provides rapid, IDE-based testing so your developers can write more-secure code and fix vulnerable components before pushing software downstream. Developers can quickly and accurately detect security defects and view detailed remediation guidance, all without leaving the IDE. Minimize time to remediation and raise developer security standards without impeding your workflows.
Interactive application security testing (IAST) can turn functional tests into security tests by monitoring web app interactions in the background. The Seeker® auto-validation feature can help your organization identify true risks that manifest at runtime. By returning results in seconds with near-zero false positives, Seeker saves you from needing to run manual security scans that slow down your production and burden developers.
Maximize productivity by consolidating and correlating findings for all automated and manual tests, and sending defects to developers directly. Code Dx® enables you to set up policy-driven workflows to orchestrate AST tools like Coverity and Black Duck, prioritize issues, and monitor compliance across your software assets. Simplify AST, concentrate remediation efforts, and understand your organization's software risk posture.
Polaris Software Integrity Platform® is an integrated, cloud-based application security testing solution optimized for the needs of DevSecOps. Easily onboard your developers and start scanning code in minutes, while enabling your security teams to track and manage AppSec testing activities and risks across thousands of apps.
DevSecOps isn’t just about the tools you use; it’s about the people, the processes, and the planning too. No matter where you are in your DevSecOps journey, Synopsys can help you chart your own path to a successful DevSecOps program with support for cross-functional disciplines across today’s organizations.
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The Polaris Software Integrity Platform is cloud-based and optimized to minimize costs for DevSecOps. There is no hardware to deploy or software to update, and no limits on team size or scan frequency. Onboard users and applications quickly across your entire organization while leveraging elastic capacity and concurrent scanning across projects and scan types.
Synopsys has automated solutions for static application security testing (SAST), software composition analysis (SCA), interactive application security testing (IAST), and dynamic application security testing (DAST). These can be integrated and automated in CI/CD pipelines and configured based on predefined policies and workflow triggers. The Polaris Software Integrity Platform provides the flexibility to run the most appropriate analysis engine at the best possible stage in the pipeline based on application, project, schedule, or SDLC events.
Implementing a “shift everywhere” approach builds security in throughout the software development life cycle (SDLC) and CI/CD pipelines. You can do this by delivering code quality and security risk insight directly to developers within the IDE, establishing static and software composition analysis at build and within repositories and registries, and performing dynamic, preproduction analysis in staging and test environments to validate true risks that manifest in runtime.
Synopsys solutions for application security testing integrate across DevOps workflows and CI/CD pipelines. Trigger scan events, automate prioritization and triage based on policy, and accelerate remediation for more efficient, effective DevSecOps that eliminates vulnerability backlogs. For cloud-based security as a service, the Polaris Software Integrity Platform can easily connect to SCM and CI tools to perform scheduled or triggered scans of proprietary code, open source, and third-party dependencies.
Code Sight integrates security testing for source code and open source components directly into developers’ IDEs, so they can find and fix security defects without switching tools or disrupting their workflow. With Code Sight, developers can view detailed fix recommendations at the package and line-of-code level, removing the guesswork from remediation and elevating developers’ security skillset.
As a security program evolves over time, DevSecOps initiatives may find that multiple tools are detecting the same risks in the same applications. This can result in wasted time and money and can generate conflicting results. Code Dx correlates and deduplicates results so your teams can focus on fixing the most important risks first, across projects and without wasted effort spent on reviewing noisy results.
Code Dx establishes a system of record for all application vulnerabilities, regardless of the testing tool or security vendor that identified them. This makes it possible to locate key vulnerabilities based on specific criteria and get a centralized view of your risk posture. And it enables an evaluation of the effectiveness of your AppSec program.
Key steps to organizing a DevSecOps program include defining security testing policies up front so critical security steps can be automated; establishing intelligent security orchestration for each test type at various stages of the SDLC and CI/CD pipelines; adding security testing and remediation in the IDE so developers can find and fix issues as they write code; and collocating, correlating, and managing risk data to enable effective risk prioritization and remediation.