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Endor Labs CI/CD

See everything that touches your code, strengthen the security posture of source code repositories, and verify the integrity of every build.

CI/CD Pipeline Discovery

Get visibility into tools used in pipelines across your org, understand security coverage, and find policy violations.

Repo Security Posture Management

Detect repo misconfigurations, best practices, and risks with over 50 out-of-the-box policies.

Build Integrity Verification

Ensure the authenticity of software artifacts, confirming their source and that they have not been tampered with.

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Find pipeline security coverage gaps.

Shadow engineering is on the rise

Developers are incentivized to leverage automated tools that help them ship faster. These can be third-party extensions, CI/CD tools, or other apps found on Source Code Management (SCM) marketplaces, such as the GitHub marketplace. Like in the early days of cloud, this has tremendous value in terms of agility but also introduces the challenge of shadow engineering. This is when developers create unofficial, rogue repositories or use unsanctioned or misconfigured tools and processes that don’t adhere to the organization's best practices and often escape the scrutiny of security protocols. This lack of visibility and control can result in unknown vulnerabilities and malware, compromise code integrity, and create compliance issues.

Get full visibility with pipeline discovery

Endor Labs CI/CD automatically discovers everything that touches your code, from your source code management system, to build, test and deployment. Pipeline discovery gives you visibility into the tools developers use in pipelines across your organization,  and gives you a clear map of your security coverage in those pipelines - see exactly which CI/CD, SCA, SAST, Container Scan, IaC and other tools are used, and where insecure gaps exist.

Detect misconfigured repositories.

Are my pipelines secure?

Security tools, such as SAST, SCA, IaC, and Secret scanners, are a necessity to protect the SSCS. In addition to selecting the best tools for the job, the way they’re integrated into pipelines is also critical. Even the best of tools can be disruptive to development workflows when they aren’t implemented and managed effectively. And depending on organization size, there may even be some uncertainty about which tools are in which pipelines. The first step towards an effective management strategy is visibility: The ability to see what tools are deployed across each code repository and CI/CD pipeline.

Repository Security Posture Management (RSPM)

With RSPM, you can continuously monitor and strengthen the security posture of source code repositories. Detect repo misconfigurations, best practices, and risks with over 50 out-of-the-box policies. Checks include unprotected branches, missing MFA, overprivileged developer accounts, and more. After gaining visibility into all pipelines, RSPM helps you harden those pipelines and repositories with policies that find exploitable misconfigurations. The out-of-the-box policies cover the CIS Benchmark for GitHub and many additional best practices.

Verify the integrity of every build.

Can I trust what I ship?

If you don't know where your software comes from, it can expose you to hidden risks. Without continuous identity checks and strong safety measures for keys and secrets, your software artifacts could be vulnerable to breaches, attacks, exploitation and other software supply chain risks. How can we ensure that code was not manipulated in the build pipeline? And how can we do it without the tax of implementing complex signing schemes?

Code provenance

By signing software artifacts and containers with Endor Labs, organizations can ensure the authenticity and integrity of software artifacts, confirming that they were generated by their CI/CD pipelines and have not been tampered with prior to being deployed into production. Endor Labs signs packages and containers with detailed provenance information, including the corresponding source code repository, branch, code commit, and repository owner. This enables operations teams to swiftly and precisely identify the development teams accountable for specific software assets, and developers to accurately pinpoint the version of the source code for a running system, drastically expediting issue triage and remediation.

Read more in Signing Your Artifacts For Security, Quality, and Compliance.

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