CxSCA
Don't Ship Code Without it

Your developers are building software using a mix of both custom and open source code. You need to know that the libraries they're using are secure. CxSCA is the software composition analysis tool – backed by an expert research team – designed to do exactly that.
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Accelerate your application development. Put the brakes on security vulnerabilities.

InVESTIGATE

Know Your Software Supply Chain

Discover the open source code you’re using to build a searchable software bill of materials and be prepared for future security disclosures and hassle-free audits.

UNCOVER THE SOFTWARE THAT MAKES YOUR SOFTWARE->

REMEDIATE

Reveal Compromised Dependencies

Create accurate open source vulnerability alerts as part of your software delivery workflow. Use guidance from our expert research team to remediate the most critical issues first.

DIG INTO YOUR DEPENDENCIES ->

PROTECT

Manage Open Source Risk

Know which open source licenses you’ve accepted. Highlight any intellectual property risks to your business.

FIND YOUR OPEN SOURCE LICENSES AND RISKS ->

Build a stronger, more secure SDLC. We'll show you how.

Run Security Scans in the Tools You Use All Day

CxSCA works with your CI tools to integrate SCA scans into your software build pipelines. For a deeper dive, read the article

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Find the Signal in the Noise

Checkmarx SCA combines advanced technology and a dedicated open source research team to produce fewer but more relevant results. Want to know how? Read the blog.

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