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  |  By Mike Lyman
In early March 2024, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released its final Secure Software Development Attestation Form instructions, sparking a renewed urgency around understanding and complying with 31 of the 42 tasks in NIST SP 800-218 Secure Software Development Framework (SSDF) version 1.1.
  |  By Patrick Carey
Generative AI has emerged as the next big thing that will transform the way we build software. Its impact will be as significant as open source, mobile devices, cloud computing—indeed, the internet itself. We’re seeing Generative AI’s impacts already, and according to the recent Gartner Hype Cycle for Artificial Intelligence, AI may ultimately be able to automate as much as 30% of the work done by developers.
  |  By Synopsys Editorial Team
The Synopsys Cybersecurity Research Center (CyRC) has exposed prompt injection vulnerabilities in the EmailGPT service. EmailGPT is an API service and Google Chrome extension that assists users in writing emails inside Gmail using OpenAI's GPT models. The service uses an API service that allows a malicious user to inject a direct prompt and take over the service logic. Attackers can exploit the issue by forcing the AI service to leak the standard hard-coded system prompts and/or execute unwanted prompts.
  |  By Synopsys Editorial Team
The Synopsys Cybersecurity Research Center (CyRC) has exposed a data poisoning vulnerability in the EmbedAI application. EmbedAI allows users to interact with documents by utilizing the capabilities of large language models (LLMs). This vulnerability could result in an application becoming compromised, leading to unauthorized entries or data poisoning attacks.
  |  By Fred Bals
Released by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by Synopsys, the 2024 “The State of Software Supply Chain Security Risks” report surveys over 1,200 global IT and security practitioners on challenges their organizations face in securing the software supply chain. Here are six key findings from the report every cybersecurity professional should know.
  |  By Corey Hamilton
We're excited to announce the availability of Polaris Assist, our AI-powered application security assistant that combines decades of real-world insights with a powerful large language model (LLM). Polaris Assist gives security and development teams easy-to-understand summaries of detected vulnerabilities and code fix recommendations to help them build secure software faster.
  |  By Mike McGuire
A necessary step in securing an application is evaluating the supply chain of each component used to create the application—no matter how many hands were involved in its development. If any links in the supply chain are obscured, it can be difficult to confidently assess the amount of risk that an application is susceptible to.
  |  By Ashutosh Agrawal
Pickle in Python is primarily used in serializing and deserializing a Python object structure. In other words, it’s the process of converting a Python object into a byte stream to store it in a file/database, maintain program state across sessions, or transport data over the network. The pickled byte stream can be used to re-create the original object hierarchy by unpickling the stream. This whole process is similar to object serialization in Java or.Net.
  |  By Andy Pan
The telecommunications industry has undergone tremendous changes in recent years. From the days when consumers could only make and receive voice calls on a landline to the broadband internet era in which people use data and stream videos on the go, telecom networks constitute an important backbone of the national economy. Telecom networks have evolved from 3G to 4G and 5G technologies.
  |  By Natalie Lightner
A craftsman requires the appropriate skills and tools to work in tandem in order to create a masterpiece. While tools are an important enabler in the process of creating the best piece of work possible, the process also requires relevant experience and expertise on the part of the craftsman. Much like craftsman’s toolbox, a pen tester’s toolbox has wide variety of pen tester tools to work with based on the business objective.
  |  By Synopsys
Polaris Assist is a virtual assistant that combines generative AI with decades of Synopsys curated real-world vulnerability, risk, and secure coding data to simplify and streamline application security. Polaris Assist AI capabilities will first be introduced on the Polaris Software Integrity Platform by analyzing static analysis data.
  |  By Synopsys
We’re in the AppSec business so you can be in the whatever-amazing-thing-it-is-you-do business. We help transform the way you build and deliver software securely because our true business is helping your business. Build trust in your software.
  |  By Synopsys
In this video, Product Manager, Scott Tolley shows how setting up the new Project Views feature in Seeker can help developers focus their time and attention on the most relevant vulnerability findings in running applications– without hiding the full details from security team. This new feature lets security and development teams...
  |  By Synopsys
In this video, we introduce the new Black Duck Supply Chain Edition, which provides a full range of supply chain security capabilities to teams responsible for building secure, compliant applications. With third-party SBOM import and analysis, malware detection, and export options in SPDX or CycloneDX formats, teams can establish complete supply chain visibility, identify and mitigate risk, and align with customer and industry requirements.
  |  By Synopsys
Polaris Software Integrity Platform is the first no compromise cloud-based application security solution that meets the diverse needs of Development, DevOps, and Security teams.
  |  By Synopsys
Now a part of the Polaris Software Integrity Platform, fAST Dynamic provides next generation dynamic analysis at scale. fAST Dynamic is a DAST solution that provides an automated, self-service dynamic testing solution for effectively analyzing modern technologies that is fast, easy, and accurate.
  |  By Synopsys
Proper planning and implementation of security into DevSecOps includes organizational alignment, more frequent testing of critical apps, and fostering a security culture with developer security training.
  |  By Synopsys
Learn about the latest findings from the Software Vulnerability Snapshot report.
  |  By Synopsys
The Software Vulnerability Snapshot explains why a full spectrum of AppSec testing is essential to managing software risk.
  |  By Synopsys
Discover open source security trends, common vulnerabilities, the risks of AI-generated code, and more from the latest OSSRA report.
  |  By Synopsys
You've realized you need to do a better job of tracking and managing your open source as well as the vulnerabilities and licenses associated with it. How hard can vulnerability management be? Do you really need special tools? After all, the license and vulnerability information is publicly available. Once you get a list of open source components and do some Google searching, you should be all set, right?
  |  By Synopsys
Open source components are the foundation of every software application in every industry. But, its many benefits can often lead its consumers to overlook how open source affects the security of their application.
  |  By Synopsys
More than 11.5 billion records with sensitive information were breached between January 2005 and January 2019 (PrivacyRights.org). If your business stores, processes, or transmits cardholder data, it's imperative that you implement standard security procedures and technologies to prevent the theft of this sensitive information. Start by ensuring you're in compliance with the technical and operational requirements set by the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).
  |  By Synopsys
Just like most software assets contain open source, modern software applications commonly link to external web services via APIs. But developers using web services might not have a suitable agreement to do so, and they may be inadvertently signing their companies up to terms of service. This white paper covers the types of risk associated with web services and how they can affect an M&A transaction.
  |  By Synopsys
Threat modeling promotes the idea of thinking like an attacker. It enables organization to build software with security considerations, rather than addresssing security as an afterthought. However, there are some very common misconceptions tha can cause firms to lose their grip around the threat modeling process. This eBook shines a light onto the essentials and helps to get your bearings straight with all things related to threat modeling.
  |  By Synopsys
Are your developers getting discouraged by too many false positives from security tools that slow them down? You need a solution that boosts their productivity, finds real vulnerabilities, and provides expert remediation guidance. Coverity will help you achieve this and more. Learn how you can assess the ROI of implementing Coverity into your SDLC, quickly build secure applications, and accelerate your software velocity.

Synopsys solutions help you manage security and quality risks comprehensively, across your organization and throughout the application life cycle.

Synopsys helps development teams build secure, high-quality software, minimizing risks while maximizing speed and productivity. Synopsys, a recognized leader in static analysis, software composition analysis, and application security testing, is uniquely positioned to apply best practices across proprietary code, open source, and the runtime environment. With a combination of industry-leading tools, services, and expertise, only Synopsys helps organizations maximize security and quality in DevSecOps and throughout the software development life cycle.

Build secure, high-quality software faster:

  • Integrate security into your DevOps environment: Integrate and automate application security testing with the development and deployment tools you use today.
  • Build a holistic AppSec program across your organization: Ensure your people, processes, and technology are aligned to defend against cyber attacks on the software you build and operate.
  • Get on-demand security testing for any application: Extend the reach of your application security team with cost-effective security testing by our team of experts.
  • Find and fix quality and compliance issues early in development: Maximize software reliability, minimize downstream maintenance headaches, and ensure compliance with industry standards.
  • Identify open source, code quality, and security risks during M&A: Avoid surprises that can materially impact the value of software assets your company acquires.
  • Assess your AppSec threats, risks, and dependencies: Go beyond security testing to understand likely cyber attack vectors and targets, as well as design flaws that can lead to security breaches.

Any software. Any development model. Any stage. Synopsys has you covered.