Our customers span every sector, from small application vendors to large enterprises in the financial services, healthcare technology and automotive industries, to federal government agencies. But all have one thing in common – open source is an essential part of their business and software development process. Open source is integral to the products that they make, the services that they deliver, and the infrastructure that powers their operations. They all know the importance of managing and securing open source code.
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Hear how Entersekt uses Black Duck to work smarter.
Having a tool that lets us look at our code and look at what issues could be introduced enables us to be a lot more informed and have a higher degree of confidence that when we release software we’re not introducing additional risks.
Black Duck met Entersekt’s checklist of what we needed in an open source vulnerability management solution better than any other vendor.
The Black Duck Hub allows us to catch security vulnerabilities before our code goes out to clients.
We found that, in addition to ensuring compliance, Black Duck helps us to be more productive simply by avoiding issues right from the beginning, thus avoiding unnecessary rework.
My security officer asked if we were affected by the Struts vulnerability. With Hub it took me 30 seconds to confirm that we were not.