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Put Product Security on Autopilot

Build customer trust in the products you build & securely grow your business!

Simplify product security with Software Asset Inventory & Ownership

Quickly build a comprehensive product catalog via integration with your source code management system.  A product catalog can provide an overview of all the products and features, including their status and priority. Maintaining a product catalog beneficial to product security in several ways: 1. Asset Inventory: A product catalog can be used as an inventory and can be used to identify and prioritize which assets are most critical to the organization and need to be protected. 2. Vulnerability Management: By keeping track of all the products and features in a product catalog, teams can more easily identify and track vulnerabilities that may affect their products. This can help them to manage and mitigate risks more effectively. 3. Compliance: A product catalog can help teams to understand which products and features are subject to regulatory compliance requirements, such as HIPAA or PCI-DSS. This can help them ensure that they meet these requirements and that their products are secure. 4. Incident Response: In the event of a security incident, a product catalog can help teams quickly identify which products and features may have been affected and take appropriate action to contain and resolve the incident. 5. Third-Party Components: A product catalog can also help teams to keep track of the third-party components they use in their products, including their versions and vulnerabilities. This can help them to maintain a secure software supply chain. Overall, maintaining a product catalog can help software development teams better understand and manage the security risks associated with their products, which can help them build and maintain more secure software.

1 Click Vulnerability Scans & Artifact Management

Seamlessly integrate an effective open-source tooling pipeline based on auto-detection of a product's technology stack. Import and manage the tool findings within Secuarden's vulnerability management module. Multiple artifacts (external testing reports, threat models, documents, etc.) are generated to implement security controls in a product release cycle. These artifacts are critical for regulatory audits. Store and manage all security artifacts in a centralized, auditable, and easily accessible setup.

Continuous Compliance Monitoring

With native support for regulatory standards related to product security, including ISO-27001, HIPAA, and OWASP Top 10, the Secuarden platform supports customizable policies that provide the flexibility needed to define internal audit control requirements and monitor for deviations. The simplicity of this module makes it easy for development teams to consistently stay on top of regulatory requirements.

Elevate security with assisted secure design analysis

Secuarden walks you through the secure design review journey for individual products and reduces manual workflows in the pre-build phases (Ideation & Design) of product development by as much as 80%. Secuarden translates requirements into recommendations and controls seamlessly integrated with development tools. Secure design reviews are critical to software development because they help to identify and address security risks early in the development process before the software is deployed. By reviewing the design of the software for potential security vulnerabilities, teams can identify and address issues before they become problems. This can help to ensure that the software is more secure and less likely to be exploited by attackers. ​ ​This frees up time-crunched development teams from repeated meetings with security and enables security teams to focus on areas that bring the most value to the organization.

We Integrate With Your Ecosystem

By integrating with your technology stack, Secuarden provides the ability to build a robust, secure SDLC program effectively. Secuarden is built by product security experts, so you don’t have to be one. 

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