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Software supply chain attacks (SSC) are on the rise. If your customers depend on the integrity of your software, then you can depend on DigiCert to secure your software supply chain. We provide secure software management for storage of your code signing keys with role-based access that minimizes the chance of an attacker accessing private keys. Leverage a policy-driven approach to releasing software: run a deep analysis of your software binaries looking for malware and vulnerabilities, and then securely code sign the application only if your policies have been met. We deliver:
DigiCert® Software Trust Manager improves software security with code-signing and threat detection workflow automation. Our software management tools identify and reduce points of vulnerability with end-to-end company-wide security and control in the release process—all without slowing down your DevOps pipelines.
Key capabilities include:
Signing keys are safely secured in on-premises or cloud HSMs, protected from theft or insecure key practices, with fine-grained access and usage control options.
Granular roles and permissions with automated workflows ensure compliance with security policy.
Audit trail of who signed what, when, with full certificate lifecycle handling, facilitates management and remediation.
Integration with CI/CD pipelines ensures efficient and consistent signing without slowing down development.
Powered by ReversingLabs, advanced detection of threats such as malware, software tampering, and inclusion of secrets in open-source software, proprietary software, containers, and release packages.
Comprehensive Software Bill of Materials generated from the final software binary for all components within the binary.
Today’s software is a compilation of code and packages from multiple sources, many of which are not built in-house. These include open source, third party, and various libraries, along with multiple components from internal and external CI/CD teams. A Software Bill of Materials is a list of components attached to the software as a nested inventory. It lists every piece of code that makes up the full software package, so you can know what to trust and more easily trace and eliminate vulnerabilities or malware.
Software scanning and Software Bills of Materials allow you to track components and detect threats, so mitigation and remediation are much easier.
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DigiCert Software Trust Manager delivers the flexibility and control that enterprises require.
Configure workflows that give you centralized control over your security policies:
Prevent unauthorized access and use of signing keys with secure key storage, access, and handling:
Prevent malware from being injected to build servers, with verification that code being signed during the release process matches a baseline build.
Powered by ReversingLabs, deep analysis of software binaries for threats, software tampering, and other vulnerabilities:
Gain workflow and process security without slowing down agile development objectives:
Seamlessly protect and manage everything from published software to deployment environments to firmware, with broad support for file types.
Authenticode | Android | Apple | ClickOnce | Debian | Docker
GPG | JAVA | Nuget | OpenSSL | RPM | XML
Streamline deployment and new feature rollout with a container-based architecture that future-proofs your investment and enables you to stay abreast of industry compliance requirements:
“We have 6,000-plus developers on six continents. Trying to secure all the keys that they need (for code signing) would be a nightmare. With Software Trust Manager, the keys remain in the cloud, and access is provided to sign with them, but not to get the actual keys themselves. That is a huge win for us.”
Code signing is a method to confirm that code or other digital binaries have not been altered. This method leverages the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) framework to attest to the integrity of the code or binaries. Code signing acts like a digital shrink wrap.
Code signing minimizes the risks of code tampering. With signed code, the recipient gets a security warning when the integrity check fails during download. This helps recipients to avoid downloading tampered code which may contain malware. Code signing is an important part of software trust management.
DigiCert® ONE is more than just a platform. It’s a new way of thinking about how you secure and manage everything of value in your organization. From the individual website to the massive enterprise, DigiCert ONE makes security, validation, and identity powerful and easy. No matter the size or use, DigiCert ONE delivers control and simplicity for the highest level of assurance.