Enterprises manage hundreds, even thousands, of software products across their IT infrastructure, IT applications, and OT networks. Managing security for all your in-house code, let alone open source and third-party vendors, is a huge drain on scarce resources, especially while your team also spends cycles monitoring and responding to every alert.
There is now a more efficient way to secure enterprise applications and systems. One that’s more effective than repeatedly conducting pen tests every quarter, pouring millions of dollars into network and endpoint defenses, and scrambling to apply patches, especially when they are not preventing all attacks.
The core problem?
No matter how good developers are, in-house code, open source software, and third-party binaries contain vulnerabilities that hackers exploit. Scanning tools can only catch 40-50% of vulnerabilities, and 50% of vulnerabilities in open source code remain for more than four years without a patch.
The 2019 Synopsys Open Source Security and Risk Analysis (OSSRA) report found that, for 1,200 commercial codebases audited from companies in 17 industry sectors, over 96% included open source components, and that over 60% of enterprises rely on open source software for one or more critical IT infrastructure functions, with that trend going up.
Gartner reported that in 2017 over 90% of their clients surveyed use open source in mission-critical IT workloads, and that same year Forrester Research found that open source is part of 90%+ of new codebases.
The RunSafe Advantage
RunSafe Security immunizes your software from memory attacks, dramatically reducing attack surfaces by making every binary image functionally identical but logically unique. You can inoculate software easily by deploying RunSafe’s Alkemist into your CI/CD pipelines, so security is built in efficiently every time, automatically preventing attacks from the inside out.
Reduce attack surfaces, minimize patching crises, and prevent attacks.