BluBracket joins Snyk’s Technical Alliance Partnership Program to secure software supply chains

BluBracket, a leader in code security, announced it’s joining Snyk’s Technical Alliance Partnership Program as a founding member, along with integrating Snyk’s Open Source security product into its Code Security Suite.

Together the two solutions provide a comprehensive way for developers and AppSec engineers to secure their code, pipelines and development environments and deliver a complete picture of their code health.

“Snyk is clearly the trailblazer and leader in developer-first security,” said Prakash Linga, CEO of BluBracket. “By integrating with their Snyk Open Source solution, we will give our customers—most of whom already use Snyk—an efficient and comprehensive solution for code security. We are proud to be a founding member of their Technical Alliance Partnership Program.”

Code powers the economy, and Snyk and BluBracket respectively help developers and application security professionals harden the software supply chain and keep code and development environments safe.

Snyk is a provider of developer security and ensures companies are able to secure all the components of modern applications.

The Snyk Open Source solution enables developers to find and remediate upstream vulnerabilities in their open source dependencies, but supply chain risks don't end with the open source dependencies included in projects.

BluBracket's internal supply chain security tools include detecting secrets and other sensitive content in code, auditing and enforcing git access and configuration, and tracking and alerting when code leaves the organization.

Snyk and BluBracket have a history of collaboration via the Linux Foundation’s LFx security project, which provides vulnerability and secrets-detection for the open source community and is used by many of the largest open source projects.

For more information about this news, visit www.blubracket.com or https://snyk.io.

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