Discover, Manage and Secure Your Digital Supply Chain

 Get 100% Visibility and Control in minutes over your entire 3rd Party Software Ecosystem: APIs, Libraries, SDKs, SaaS Services, and Installed Software.

What

Why

How

Reduce Your Attack Surface by Understanding 3rd Party Risk Exposure

A CMDB For your code base – Next generation SBOM, API inventory, run-time data auditing, real time accurate 3rd party vendor cataloging

Visibility

Get an accurate 3rd party vendor catalog – in minutes, not months – of professional service engagements. No more point-in-time, Excel exports. See In real time who your product is talking with and what data it is exchanging.

Analysis

Understand which 3rd party APIs, code libraries, and operating system libraries pose risks, via a complete, real time Executive Order 14028 compliant SBOM. Correlate the operational posture of your product with the risk exposure from the 3rd party components, and respond to the most critical issues faster.

Security

Optionally enable Trust But Verify for 3rd party APIs to identify and prevent business logic errors and input validation errors that cause data leaks. Gain unrivaled visibility by zooming into your platform – every component, CI/CD pipeline(s) – and being able to appropriately and swiftly respond.

Compliance

Easily map data processors and the information shared with them. Simplify adherence for GDPR, FDIC, FedRamp CCPA/CPRA, ISMS, PCI and more. Respond swiftly to “Right To Be Forgotten” requests.

Legal

Get real time visibility and detect if ITAR and Data Sovereignty Policies are being violated. Validate the known documented 3rd party vendors are actually the 3rd party vendors that your software is interacting with.

"Every single technology company needs to have visibility, control and security for the software stack which brings it revenue. Riscosity is a simple, yet, effective and complete solution which enables product security to elevate their game to the next level.

Suresh Batchu, Digital Trust Networks

"All Technology leaders need to understand the risk and dependencies of 3rd party services. Knowing what your own software uses is the critical first step."

Frank Weigel, Lattice

"The way we build software services has changed radically. Code re-use and short launch times are the norm. 3rd party code and APIs are a reality; every enterprise needs an effective mechanism to manage its software supply chain."

– Atif Yusuf, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

"Enterprises that understand deeply the risks of doing business with their software suppliers, are the ones who can mitigate those best. The tsunami always seems far away till it hits you in the face."

– Andrew “Drew” Daniels, SVCI

"We are only as strong as our weakest link. Understanding and gaining insights into the underlying code libraries, APIs, integrations, and the associated vulnerabilities is critical for any CIO in a responsible customer focused enterprise."

Prasad Ramakrishnan, Freshworks

"The banking Industry is at an inflection point, all banks are actively building software services and API endpoints. Inventory, analysis and security are the fundamental building blocks of any next generation financial institution's software programs."

– Rich Watson, Enterprise Bank

"Any advancement of technology that helps manage the risk of doing business is very welcome. With this approach, companies can identify the directionality of data flows, which helps understand risks associated with 3rd party vendors."

Ken Carter, Bitmovin

"Being able to demonstrate - in real time - all the time that your company is safe to do business with will be a need for all industries. The software supply chain is tremendously complex. Being able to visualize the components and track data across them is invaluable for any public company's security program."

Jacob Elziq, Armature Systems

"The healthcare industry is in the midst of a mass migration to the cloud. Health systems have complex tech stacks made up of off the shelf and custom solutions, and with the stringent security and privacy regulations of the industry, it is of utmost importance that health systems have robust ways to manage their software supply chain vendors."

Punit Soni, Suki

"Conventional industries, like the construction industry, have started adopting software products in the past decades. As the number of applications is rising, the need for automation, integrations, 3rd party libraries, and APIs is also becoming crucial."

Yaser Masoudnia, BlueTape

"Companies must be cognizant that their existing tools may not provide as much (if any) value in the cloud. Visibility is the key to determining whether old tools still provide value, and if not, what should be replaced."

– Lamont Orange, Netskope

"Every financial institution, regulated by FDIC, FINRA and other agencies, needs to have a clear understanding of the risk that all 3rd party software components pose in their own software stack. This is not a choice, it's a necessity. Those that tempt fate will get burnt."

– Bam Azizi, Front

"APIs, Code Libraries, OS libraries and Standalone Software - for online businesses these are the equivalent of property, plant and equipment that offline businesses used to rely on. Understanding which component plays what kind of part in the one's business is critical for enterprises to manage their revenues."

-Peeyush Ranjan, Google

"Much like “no man is an island”, we all know information technology is no island either. Hence, gaining visibility into the security of the software components we leverage is critical if we’re serious about reducing risk."

Bob Hollander, HEI

Solutions

The World’s First Software Supply Chain Management Platform makes it easy for Security, Compliance and SecOps to adhere to corporate security and privacy mandates, yet maintain high velocity development and deployment processes.

Who Benefits:

Sales, Security, Compliance, SecOps and Legal

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Close Larger Deals, Faster

Riscosity cuts down back and forth with your client’s security/compliance/privacy team(s) by weeks. This allows customers to recognize revenue earlier in the quarter. Riscosity makes it possible to demonstrate a complete understanding of your 3rd party data flows with your SafeChain(TM) Certificate.

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Understanding True Business Risk Exposure

Riscosity generates a complete Executive Order 14028 compliant Software Bill Of Materials (SBOM) in minutes. With coverage spanning APIs, code, libraries and more, customers can clearly understand the critical dependencies of their revenue generating services. Reduce your MTTR by 70%. Finding out about CVEs and the patch itself is not the challenge. The real problem is prioritizing what in your software inventory is most affected by the issue at hand.

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Preventing Accidental Compliance Violations

Riscosity helps implement Trust But Verify on 3rd party API data transfers to make sure what enterprises think they are transferring to vendors is actually what is being shared. Business logic errors due to weak input validation silently allow sensitive information to pass through; and Riscosity detects and prevents this issue.

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Tracking Data Flows with Vendors

Riscosity helps customers respond quickly to “Right to be forgotten” requests and track down which piece of data was shared with which specific vendor(s). Thus, allowing a clear data flow diagram of all interaction with 3rd party data processors. With Riscosity, achieve and demonstrate better compliance with GDPR, CPRA (CCPA) and other privacy centric guidance.

The technology industry is now a colossus with systems that run into billions of dollars and cannot be replaced. This has made 3rd party integrations a necessary component of the software industry. One of the biggest challenges we now face is that the integrations are black-boxes. Lack of visibility into what systems the APIs are invoking, what information is being shared, who the 3rd parties are and their security profile is a serious concern, and can introduce a significant risk to the overall security posture of your products. A product is only as secure as the weakest link in the chain, and having that visibility is an important factor in delivering products that live up to the trust placed by your customers.

Sai Kalur

SIGNANT HEALTH

Resources

The SafeChain™ Certification Program

The SafeChain™ Certification enables Riscosity’s customers to demonstrate the highest level of assurance, akin to SLSA level 4, for their entire software supply chain from a 3rd party exposure perspective. The certification program ensures that companies can provide to their prospective clients an independently verifiable certificate which demonstrates that the potential client will not get compromised as a result of buying the customer’s software.

The Certification program provides an attestation which can show the building blocks of the software a client is about to purchase and deploy. This enables a potential client to check off all necessary pre purchase due diligence in minutes instead of weeks.

The various certification levels progress upwards based upon the amount of security guidance implemented by the certified party. Average timelines to obtain Level 1 certification can be as less as 1 calendar week and for Level 3 can range from 30-60 calendar days.

There is no charge for the certification process for Riscosity customers, and non customers may also get certified for a small fee.

 

Security Thought Leadership Series

In this series we explore how security leaders around the world perceive the issues, solutions and technologies that help with solving the Digital Supply Chain crisis.

This series of episodes is product agnostic, does not discuss any feature sets covered by Riscosity and provides an educational bent to understand the core problems rather than publicize a specific solution or strategy.

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Blog

 On this blog , team members from Riscosity and invited security leaders share their thoughts on the state of the Digital Supply Chain.

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What is SBOM (Software Bill of Materials) and why do you need it

Why do organizations need a software Bill of Materials? A Software Bill of Materials (SBoM) is a document that lists all of the software components and their versions that are used in the organization’s revenue generating product. The SBoM is used to track and manage...

Understanding and Managing Your Shadow Liability in 5 Minutes

Understanding Risk is a complicated subject. In the world of Information Technology, the FAIR framework is well accepted. However there are some areas of operational risk that are simple to understand and verbalize, but actually difficult to measure. In this article...

Riscosity Announces SafeChain(TM) Certification Program

Enabling Sales Teams To Close Deals Faster by Demonstrating Attestation for Secure Data Tracking, Security and Management With 3rd Parties The team at Riscosity has been helping enterprises, mid-market companies and small to medium businesses find an easy, achievable,...

The Evolution of 3rd Party Supply Chains for the Fintech Industry

If there is a seismic shift happening at a breakneck pace, the financial industry is feeling it. Oh yes, new banking products, new ways to use blockchain, ledgers, crypto banking - the number of new initiatives and security products offered to customers have ballooned...

Paging Healthcare Technology! What’s in your Supply Chain?

It's been over 20 years now since we as security professionals have been including SDKs in the software code that our development teams have been writing. In fact, looking at the ACM paper from the year 2000 [1] one can easily venture a guess that SDKs existed even...
Chaos When Communicating With 3rd Parties

How SBOMs and The Digital Supply Chain Converge

Software development is not slowing down and neither are the demands for new features. In order to keep up with the needs of the market and competitive pressure, Software Engineers have become adept at leveraging the massive ecosystem of 3rd party libraries available...
Threat Landscape for Supply Chain Attacks By ENISA

Threat Landscape for Supply Chain Attacks By ENISA

The ENISA report aims at mapping and studying the supply chain attacks that were discovered from January 2020 to early July 2021. Based on the trends and patterns observed, software supply chain attacks increased in number and sophistication in the year 2020 and this...

Riscosity Announces SafeChain(TM) Certification Program

Riscosity Announces SafeChain(TM) Certification Program

Enabling Sales Teams To Close Deals Faster by Demonstrating Attestation for Secure Data Tracking, Security and Management With 3rd Parties The team at Riscosity has been helping enterprises, mid-market companies and small to medium businesses find an easy, achievable,...

Securing The Digital Supply Chain – Episode 1

Securing The Digital Supply Chain – Episode 1

In this episode of Securing the Digital Supply Chain Anirban Banerjee , CEO, and co-founder of Riscosity talks to Atif Yusuf and Ravi Gunturi, two well-known security leaders in the San Francisco Bay Area. https://youtu.be/7dopU6lsiGY Full Transcript of the Episode...

How SBOMs and The Digital Supply Chain Converge

How SBOMs and The Digital Supply Chain Converge

Software development is not slowing down and neither are the demands for new features. In order to keep up with the needs of the market and competitive pressure, Software Engineers have become adept at leveraging the massive ecosystem of 3rd party libraries available...

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Team

Anirban Banerjee

CEO, Co-Founder

James Greene

VP of Engineering, Co-Founder

Jeremy Swedroe

Senior Software Engineer

Nick Mahnke

Senior Software Engineer

Miriam Kappen

Senior Software Engineer

Jonathan Litovitz 

Senior Platform Engineer

Oliver Bock

Marketing Lead

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