Explore your product cybersecurity landscape with a centralized dashboard designed specifically for product cybersecurity teams.
Various tools spread across multiple platforms and a growing number of products and cyber risks can quickly become overwhelming. With our unified dashboard, you maintain control over your product cybersecurity and compliance – over the full product life cycle.
You can centrally analyze, view and manage the security, compliance, and licensing status of your products across all software components. This way, you always stay in command and can act proactively.
Automatically check cybersecurity requirements against industry standards, regulations and best practices to ensure your entire product portfolio is compliant. With a comprehensive mapping of cybersecurity standards and the convenience of one-click reporting, meeting regulatory requirements has never been easier.
As the product landscape continues to evolve towards software, regulatory bodies such as ISO, UN, IEC and regions as United States, European Union and others are tightening their standards. Meeting these requirements for hundreds of products, each consisting of thousands of software components, can seem daunting.
ONEKEY’s solution helps you stay ahead of the curve, easily manage these dynamic regulatory requirements, and ensure future compliance. Simplify your compliance challenge with ONEKEY, where efficiency meets precision in cybersecurity compliance management.
Exploit the possibilities of automation with ONEKEY and generate on the fly from your binary firmware/software detailed component lists in standard formats such as CycloneDX – even without access to the source code. Expose your software system, improve your product cybersecurity compliance, refine relevant security measures and accelerate strategic decisions. As part of our ongoing commitment to innovation, ONEKEY continues to evolve its SBOM management solution, equipping manufacturing companies with tools to optimise visibility into the software supply chain.
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Automate the identification and prioritization of product firmware vulnerabilities across your portfolio and shorten your time to fix them.
Managing zero-day and known vulnerabilities in your products can often feel like looking for a needle in a haystack. With a multitude of products, myriad components, and a constant influx of new vulnerabilities, the task can be overwhelming. But when most vulnerabilities may not affect your devices, ONEKEY’s platform helps you focus on the truly critical vulnerabilities and reduce your remediation time.
Automate your vulnerability management process with ONEKEY and reduce your effort and resources to manage an effective product cybersecurity.
Manage the evaluation and disclosure of product vulnerabilities seamlessly. The sheer variety and volume of continuous notifications can be daunting, not to mention the constant stream of new cybersecurity incidents.
However, a majority of these vulnerabilities might not even impact your products. With ONEKEY’s platform, you can confidently concentrate on the most significant threats and dramatically enhance your response efficiency. This centralized approach transforms an often complex, potentially overwhelming process into a streamlined, manageable task.
Let ONEKEY assist you to automate your vulnerability assessment and prioritization process, turning chaos into order and vulnerability into security.
Streamline the validation and enforcement of open-source software licensing, thereby significantly reducing legal exposure.
Discover, Automate, Validate:Take advantage of our platform’s detailed Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) and product system data to swiftly pinpoint licensing issues.
Sustain and chronicle proof supportive of audit or litigation purposes, greatly simplifying compliance tasks for the foreseeable future. Let ONEKEY help you navigate the world of open-source software licensing with ease and assurance.
For all products and components, lifecycle stages and development ecosystems: we offer customised solutions for any scale, from single products and components to multiple business units.
Our hybrid approach to automate where possible and to provide expert’s service and advice where needed will cover 100% of your product or asset portfolio.
Our Product Cybersecurity Experts ensure that the platform is expertly tailored and implemented for your specific development and product security ecosystem.
Head of Global Security Consulting at Atos.
Senior Security Consultant at Swisscom
An SBOM, or Software Bill of Materials, is a list of all the components that make up a piece of software and their associated metadata, such as version numbers, licenses, and vulnerabilities. This information can be used to identify potential security risks in software and ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements.
An SBOM can include information about the software’s source code, libraries, frameworks, and other dependencies, as well as any external components that are integrated into the software. By providing detailed information about the software’s makeup, an SBOM can help organizations make informed decisions about how to manage, update, and secure the software. [...]
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Vulnerability management is the process of identifying, classifying, prioritizing, and mitigating vulnerabilities in computer systems, networks, and applications. Vulnerabilities are weaknesses or flaws in a system that can be exploited by attackers to gain unauthorized access, steal sensitive data, or disrupt operations.
The goal of vulnerability management is to reduce the risk of cyber attacks by identifying and addressing vulnerabilities before they can be exploited. This typically involves a combination of processes and tools, such as vulnerability scanning and assessment, patch management, and risk management. [...]
CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) is a standard for identifying and disclosing vulnerabilities in software and other systems. It is maintained by the MITRE Corporation, a not-for-profit organization that provides research and development services to the U.S. government.
CVE matching is the process of identifying and matching vulnerabilities with the relevant CVE entries in the CVE database. This process is typically performed by security researchers and analysts who are responsible for identifying and disclosing vulnerabilities in software and other systems. [...]