Metasecure offers you both container scanning and dependency scanning to ensure the coverage of all dependency types and covering as much of the possible risk area.
Broadening the security coverage and identifying whether there is a risk connected with dependencies inside your open source libraries.
Preventing new vulnerabilities from being introduced into the development process at any stage.
Prioritize vulnerabilities on the basis of severity and impact to remediate vulnerabilities in business-critical applications first.
Detects insecure dependencies in your code at the earliest to save time and effort in the future.
Scans your repositories directly on daily basis to monitor for the new vulnerabilities and maintaining your code healthy.
Prevent new vulnerabilities by automating the security checks during the build, test, and deploy phases.
Continuously test your running environment to verify that there is no existing vulnerabilities and regularly monitor for new vulnerabilities.
Dependency Scanning can also be considered as a part of Software Composition Analysis. SCA allows development teams to track and analyze each open-source component that is included into a project. All associated components, their supporting libraries, and their direct and indirect dependencies may be discovered using SCA tools.
Common Automated SCA Approaches are:
Examines open source components automatically.
Alerts sent and displayed for new vulnerabilities.
Finds both publicly known and unknown security vulnerabilities in the source code.
SAST can be performed in various pipeline stages.
Can be integrated with other application security testing metrics.
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