Introducing Intelligence Graph!

A Prioritized Risk View of the Entire Software Supply Chain, from Code to Cloud


Tromzo launches new capabilities to accelerate remediation of risks that truly matter, by bringing deep environmental and organizational context from code to cloud. Tromzo’s Intelligence Graph correlates data from development tools like Code Repositories, CI/CD Platforms, Artifact Registries and Cloud Platforms to accurately identify software asset ownership, business criticality of those artifacts and ties all that context back to the security issues reported by various security scanners.

Security Teams Are Overwhelmed

Most security teams are struggling to keep up with fast moving development teams building software assets like code repositories, containers, services, applications and cloud assets hourly/daily/weekly using complex software supply pipelines. While most security teams resort to running more scanners to identify weaknesses across the stack, these scanners end up overwhelming the security team with a massive volume of security issues that lack context and are completely unactionable.

Application and Product Security teams have faced numerous challenges as a result:

  • We don’t know what software artifacts are being built and deployed or who owns what asset. We hear it all the time, but you can’t protect it if you don’t know it exists, right?!
  • There is a massive volume of alerts from our infrastructure and application scanners that have no context and no way to understand which ones are truly important.
  • Oh, and let’s not forget that when everything is important, it means nothing is important and remediation of even the known risks becomes next to impossible. We are unable to understand which teams are managing their risks and without an ability to measure and report on KPIs, we default to operating on gut and intuition rather than data.

(Sigh) You know what? Enough talking about the problems. Let’s talk about a practical solution for a change.

Our founders are security and development practitioners who have lived this painful journey and finally had enough, and so they set out to solve the problem together. Tromzo, accelerates the remediation of risks at every layer from code to cloud while providing a great developer experience. We do this by building a prioritized risk view of your entire software supply chain with context about your environment, your data, your team, etc. Context is really the key here because without it our customers wouldn’t be able to understand which few assets are actually critical to their businesses, prevent risks from being introduced to those critical assets, or automate the remediation lifecycle for the issues that truly matter.

The underlying foundational technology driving this new era of operational efficiency is Intelligence Graph.

Intelligence Graph: Contextual Security and Risk Posture of All Artifacts

Intelligence Graph, which is a cool name (note: we are biased), is a technology that has become the underpinning of successful application and product security programs for our customers.

With Intelligence Graph, you can now correlate data from development tools like Code Repositories, CI/CD Platforms, Artifact Registries and Cloud Platforms to accurately identify who is building and deploying what artifacts in your various environments, which of those artifacts are critical to the business and ties all that context back to the vulnerabilities your various scanners are reporting today. Stellar, right?!

Tromzo Intelligence Graph

Powering Contextual Automation

Our customers are thrilled with the ability to automatically discover assets, ingest vulnerability data, apply context, and automate prioritization and remediation of the most significant risks to the business. This new feature enables Tromzo customers to:

  • Prioritize remediation of vulnerable dependencies that have an exploit available, where the dependency has a fix available, is a direct dependency and is in a code repository that is actively deployed to production environments.
  • Deduplicate thousands of vulnerabilities in production hosts and containers to automatically identify the root cause fixes in the base images, and automatically assign them to the appropriate team that owns the base images.
  • Automatically identify which code repositories are processing PCI/PII/TIN relevant information, and prioritize the vulnerabilities identified on those code repositories from your existing SAST/SCA scanners.

These are just a few examples of the power that Intelligence Graph brings to you, and is a foundational component of accelerating remediation of risks that truly matter to your business.

Are you inundated with security issues from various security systems and scanners? Struggling to identify the asset owners for these issues? Or stuck in the manual ditch digging work of prioritization and remediation management?? Drop us a line – we’d be more than happy to help you get out of “Excel Hell”, and onto the fast track of operational efficiency that no one other than Tromzo can deliver.

Want to learn more? Check out our upcoming LinkedIn Live event and a solutions brief below!

Upcoming LinkedIn Live:

Leading with Context – Where Institutional Knowledge Cannot Scale

For nearly a decade there has been increasing adoption of cloud-native technology. This progress has significantly increased the speed at which software and infrastructure is being deployed. And often, development teams have autonomy in choosing their tech stacks, increasing the fragmentation and technology sprawl.

Application security teams have been playing hide and seek while simply trying to keep their programs afloat. The key to scaling AppSec with development is business context from code to cloud.

Join Ty Sbano, CISO at Vercel and Harshil Parikh, former CISO and now CEO at Tromzo on Thursday, May 11 at 9:00 a.m. PDT.

Ty and Harshil will walk through their learnings from previously scaling and growing AppSec programs at small and large organizations:

  • How do you know what software artifacts are being built and deployed in your organization
  • Who owns what assets and who is responsible for the risks being introduced by those assets
  • From your existing tools, how do you understand which ones are truly important to the business

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