Whether they are a Chief Technology Officer or a dev team lead, leaders of software organizations often don’t have visibility into what their teams are doing.  These leads, as well as finance and HR leads, want to know where the money is going and what their biggest risks are in development.  A lack of governance can result in catastrophic problems from damaging cyberattacks to failed projects and on-going layoffs or restructuring.  

Companies are left exposed because of their inability to implement and consume comprehensive risk and security strategies, losing potential time and reputation.  The complexity they face is a result of requiring a multitude of software security solutions, engineering management platforms, software engineering intelligence platforms, compliance software, and observability software being managed by with a variety of individuals, like program managers, quality managers, CISO/vCISO, business analysts, security staff, and customer support, that they often don’t even have.  On top of that, it is difficult to manage both the manual workflows and AI workloads and normalize analyses across the organization for prioritization and action.  

Siloed Point Solutions That Don’t Give A Holistic View

Requires Staff and Expertise that Organizations Don’t Have

Often Manual, Complex, and Expensive to Implement



Applications, Software, APIs, Microservices


Assets such as Databases, Servers, Endpoints, On-premise, and Cloud networks


DevSecOps (e.g., implementation of application security testing and software composition analysis throughout application lifecycle), third party assessments (e.g., of the libraries, code, packages), issue management (e.g., ensuring that issues   have been raised and resolved)


Efficiency and productivity of development, operation, and security personnel that creates and maintains Products and maintains Perimeter throughout the Processes