Software Supply Chain Risk Management Solutions

Measure, communicate, and eliminate cyber risk associated with components across first-party and third-party software.

What is Software Supply Chain Risk Management?

Software supply chain risk management is the ability to identify, prioritize, and mitigate risks from components associated with third-party and first-party (homegrown) software and services. It includes security and compliance practices in the development process and at runtime to mitigate risks related to software components, including zero-day vulnerabilities such as Log4Shell.

De-risk your environment from development to runtime

Read the CISO's Guide to First-Party Software

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Protect the CI/CD environment

Secure the build process with automated scanning and custom pass/fail criteria.

Know the TruRisk of your SBOMs

Create a living, breathing repository of SBOMs (software bill of materials) that includes business context.

Prioritize risk of components and libraries

Use Software Composition Analysis (SwCA) to understand dependencies of open-source components, owners of applications, and business criticality to prioritize risk.

Respond immediately to zero-day vulnerabilities

Streamline response to zero-day vulnerabilities (such as Log4Shell) with business context and runtime dependencies.

Powered by the Enterprise TruRiskTM Platform

The Enterprise TruRisk Platform provides you with a unified view of your entire cyber risk posture so you can efficiently aggregate and measure all Qualys & non-Qualys risk factors in a unified view, communicate cyber risk with context to your business, and go beyond patching to eliminate the risk that threatens the business in any area of your attack surface.

Assess software components in development and at runtime, detect vulnerabilities, and streamline remediation.

Reduce software supply chain risk with Qualys

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