Security Policies in CI/CD

Tromzo helps organizations shift application security left with pre-built and customizable security policies in CI/CD (secure defaults, code ownership, scan coverage, vulnerability management, etc.), so you can influence developers to build secure systems from the beginning.

Security Guardrails
Security Defined Policies, Applied in Developer Workflows

Security Guardrails are the ultimate security shift-left, enabling developers to go from code to cloud, securely. Providing tools and processes to ensure developers can build secure software by default has long been recognized as the best way to avoid security pitfalls and prevent security bugs from being introduced in the SDLC. Over the years, organizations have referred to this idea as a secure-by-default framework, security paved road, DevSecOps guardrails, and several other monikers.

Out-of-the-Box Security Controls

Leverage 100s of pre-built policies for adoption of secure defaults, safe libraries, standard images and security tool usage by developers.

Build preventative guardrails that influence developers while providing flexibility to ship software quickly.

Contextual CI/CD Policies

Customize policies based on asset context for a risk-based policy approach on critical vs. non-critical code repositories.

Flexible non-intrusive notifications in ticketing systems and the ability to build gates in CI/CD for policy enforcement.

Security Hygiene in Development

Influence developers to follow good security hygiene by introducing policy-based checks early into development process.

Implement checks to ensure clear code ownership, use of secure defaults, adoption of security tools, code scan coverage, branch protection, etc.

Measure and Report on Policies

Policy violations are communicated directly to developers in real-time within their workflows.

Automated reports on policy compliance across teams and assets.

How Tromzo Can Help

Tromzo’s unified Product Security Operating Platform (PSOP) brings security visibility and control to the entire software lifecycle from code to cloud, so your organization can build secure software, fast!

Centralized Visibility
Security Guardrails
Centralized Visibility

Centralized Asset Visibility

Tromzo aggregates all software assets in one easily digestible UI, associates true ownership, and prioritizes repositories/containers based on risk. This empowers product security teams with the foundational context needed to truly improve security risk posture.

SBOMs, dependencies, code repositories, containers, applications

Business context & risk view

Asset ownership

Security Guardrails

Security Guardrails in CI/CD

Tromzo provides pre-built and customizable security policies, defined by security teams and applied within developer workflows. Enabling developers to go from code to cloud, securely.

Enforce security controls in CI/CD

Secret scanning & leak prevention

Lower Mean Time to Remediate (MTTR) vulnerabilities

Vulnerability Management Automation

Tromzo enables organizations to scale product security at the speed of DevOps. With no-code security automation for scaling vulnerability management and risk remediation across the SDLC, developers can focus on what truly matters.

Automatically triage & prioritize vulnerabilities

Manage workflows for risk acceptance

Multi-channel notifications

Custom Reporting & Analytics

Tromzo provides critical analytics via the insights derived from enriched run-time, ownership, and business context with out-of-the-box and customizable dashboards for security accountability across engineering.

Custom KPIs & dashboards

Real time dashboards for every team

Drive ownership & accountability

Technology Partners

Tromzo partners with leading application, infrastructure, cloud, and container security tools, as well as developer and DevOps systems. With a system of record for software assets and risks, security teams can manage and govern the risks being introduced by the code being built.

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Lacework
Github
Netsparker
Aqua
Gitlab
Orca
AWS
Google Cloud
Jira
Slack
Azure
Jenkins
Teams
Bitbucket

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