Synopsys Software Risk Manager Brochure

Synopsys Software Risk Manager Brochure

Synopsys Software Risk Manager is an on-premises application security posture management (ASPM) solution that enables security and development teams to simplify their application security programs to improve risk posture. It brings together policy, test orchestration, issue correlation, and built-in static application security testing (SAST) and software composition analysis (SCA) engines to integrate security activities intelligently and consistently across the software development life cycle (SDLC). With Software Risk Manager, security and development teams can make informed decisions from a single source of truth and deliver resilient applications at scale.

Eliminate silos and gain actionable insight with Software Risk Manager 
By introducing transparency, efficiency, and accountability to application security (AppSec) workflows, Software Risk Manager provides the necessary foundation
to integrate checks at every stage of the SDLC and offers key capabilities to scale testing, remediation, and risk management.

  • Integration with 135+ security tools—more than any ASPM tool on the market today
  • Centralized pre- and post-scan policy management
  • Built-in testing engines for industry-leading Synopsys SAST and SCA
  • Support for 20+ compliance standards
  • Customizable, extensible correlation rules
  • Bidirectional integration with popular issue-trackers and developer tools including Jira, ServiceNow, Azure DevOps, GitLab, GitHub, Jenkins, TeamCity, and Bamboo, as well as IDE plugins for Visual Studio, Eclipse, Visual Studio Code, and IntelliJ
  • Sixteen built-in open source testing tools—the correct tool is automatically recommended via language detection

Download and read about the key benefits of viewing a central AppSec system of record, Accelerating triage, testing, and remediation workflows, and centralising risk visibility and governance.

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