JFrog Releases Self-Hosted Advanced Security Solution, Enabling Hybrid Software Supply Chain Protection

JFrog Releases Self-Hosted Advanced Security Solution, Enabling Hybrid Software Supply Chain Protection

New deployment option gives organizations more choice and flexibility to manage and secure software development pipelines on-premise and in the Cloud

JFrog Ltd. (“JFrog”) (NASDAQ: FROG), the Liquid Software company and creators of the JFrog Software Supply Chain Platform, today announced its JFrog Advanced Security solution is now available via self-hosted deployment licenses. 

WHY: Following closely on the heels of the cloud version of JFrog Advanced Security, this new deployment option provides more flexibility for customers managing hybrid environments and unifies developers, operations, and security teams in an effort to collectively safeguard the software supply chain.

“Many of today’s enterprise software security solutions fall short because they only focus on source code and what happens before that software is in production,” said Asaf Karas, CTO, JFrog Security. “However, to truly protect your software supply chain you need to consider both code in development and in production at the binary level. JFrog Advanced Security provides a rich set of binary and source code analysis capabilities spanning from developer to production environments in a single, integrated DevOps platform – helping eliminate complexity, streamline security detection, assessment, and remediation efforts.”

WHAT: JFrog Advanced Security augments the already robust security capabilities in JFrog Xray with the power to detect, assess and remediate software supply chain security vulnerabilities using:

  • Deep binary scanning of all software components
  • Container contextual analysis (to identify false positives)
  • Exposed secrets detection
  • Cloud Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) security
  • Detection of the misuse or misconfiguration of open source software libraries and services putting your application at risk.

WHERE: For more information on the self-hosted version of JFrog Advanced Security, read this blog. The easiest way to try the advanced security features on your own is to start a cloud trial.

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