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Leverage the best code analysis

ShiftLeft’s Code Property Graph (CPG) is a fundamentally new, and more effective way, to analyze source code. The CPG leverages semantic graphing to create a single multi-layered graph that summarizes code on various levels of abstraction. From this, ShiftLeft is able to understand what the application is, and is not, supposed to do. Hence, deviations become easier to identify as vulnerabilities. Additionally, ShiftLeft’s CPG goes beyond basic data flows to understand abstract information layers such as sources, transforms, sinks and protocols. As evidence of the superiority of this approach, ShiftLeft achieved the highest score ever on OWASP’s Benchmark for Security Automation.


EMA Vendor to Watch: ShiftLeft

Although there are literally hundreds of startups in the cyber security market, every once in a while, one comes along that manages to stand out. This is the case for a startup in the cloud application security segment that just emerged from stealth mode late last year called ShiftLeft. Paula Musich, Enterprise Management Associates June, 2018


The State Of Application Security, 2018

Application Security Is Worsening, But Automation Offers Hope by Amy DeMartine January 23, 2018


Rethinking Security for Cloud Workloads

Every time a microservice is changed, we extract its Security DNA and create a custom Microagent to protect the specific version of the microservice. The Security DNA informs the Microagent of the security specific needs of the microservice, creating runtime protection that is accurate, has high performance and is not reacting to constantly evolving threats.


Modeling and Discovering Vulnerabilities with Code Property Graphs

The security of computer systems fundamentally depends on the quality of its underlying software...