How secure is your software supply chain?

Know what’s in your software supply chain. Fix your vulnerable software. Enforce policies to keep your software secure.

Understanding your security gaps is a crucial step

The Biden-Harris administration released the White House National Cybersecurity Strategy on March 2, 2023 calling for cybersecurity accountability and investment in critical infrastructure. In order to maintain cybersecurity liability, it’s important for organizations to know what is running throughout their software supply chain and where they are vulnerable from source to production.

Knowing where you are vulnerable is hard.

Start your secure supply chain journey with Chainguard. We will audit your software supply chain and deliver concrete steps you can take to fix security gaps.

During this assessment, we will:

  • Identify security gaps across your software supply chain
  • Provide time-saving practical tips for vulnerability management
  • Share guidelines to boost productivity such as recommending tools to consolidate
Our assessment helps you baseline your security posture against compliance standards and frameworks, such as Supply-chain Levels for Software Artifacts (SLSA) and NIST's Secure Software Development Framework (SSDF).

SLSA helps organizations mitigate threats and manage vulnerabilities. By knowing which SLSA level you meet, you can:

  • Decide what to trust in a build platform and filter what not to deploy
  • Scrutinize third-party tools and their SLSA level before signing contracts
  • Rationalize software packages’ security postures and make informed decisions
Understanding these can help you craft and implement security policies across your organization. It’s not only about the process of securing the software supply chain, but it’s also about actually doing it, and having the data to prove it.

"Our focus as a foundation is to provide services to our projects that help improve their security posture. This is just a starting point as software security is a never-ending process…to continue to improve processes and evolve best practices around open source supply chain security."

Mikaël Barbero
Head of Security
Eclipse Foundation
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Know what’s in your software supply chain. Fix your vulnerable software. Enforce policies to keep your software secure.

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