You can’t fix security risks that you don’t know about. Think you don’t have open source security exposure? A 2021 study of 1,546 codebases by Synopsys found that 98% contained open source software, 84% contained known vulnerabilities somewhere in the dependency tree, and the average vulnerability was over two years old.
It’s not just vulnerabilities that you need to worry about. The same Synopsys report found that of the codebases they scanned 65% had license conflicts. Even big, well-known projects sometimes include licenses they don’t want.
With SOOS’s modern SCA (Software Composition Analysis) tools you can integrate with your CI/CD pipeline to stay on top of vulnerability and license exposure with every build. Or you can run a quickscan on a manifest on an as-needed basis for audits or other ad-hoc compliance work. You can even generate an SBOM in multiple formats to share with your partners.
Speaking of partners, check out a few of the great companies who are already using SOOS to keep their software secure.