5 Musts for Building a Software Supply Chain Strategy

GitHub Code Scanning: Keep Your Repo Secure

Detect and remediate vulnerabilities from your internal Git repositories in minutes.

GitHub Code Scanning for Repository Security

Connect your Git repository to OX

OX's platform continuously scans your repos for code vulnerabilities and misconfigurations

Receive alerts for secrets and other code vulnerabilities

Accelerate Your GitHub Security with OX

Find and fix misconfigurations

Scan repos and libraries to detect and remediate any vulnerabilities early on in the SDLC.

Take charge of privilege control

Enforce least privilege access by limiting permissions to outside collaborators or developers that contribute infrequently to repos.

Streamline code review processes

Analyze potentially dangerous source code and easily update team members on all pull requests.

Prevent hardcoded secrets in production

Detect and verify that all passwords, API keys, tokens, and other credentials are active and not at risk of being publicly exposed.

Ensure ongoing compliance

OX supports over 35 built-in compliance frameworks, such as SOC 2 and ISO 27001 to stay atop all security compliance requirements.

Single pane of glass visibility

Manage your findings, orchestrate DevSecOps activities, prevent risks and maintain software pipeline integrity from a single pane of glass.

Setting the OX standard for DevSecOps and security teams

"OX is truly changing how companies secure their software supply chain, ensuring that all code comes from secure and trusted builds."

Naor Penso

Director of Product Security at FICO

"OX is changing the software supply chain security game. It gives a complete and reliable snapshot of code security before development."

Golan Barash,

CISO at 888 Holdings

“OX brings back the much needed control enterprises have lost with the rapid shift to the cloud.”

Admiral Mike Rogers,

Former Director of NSA

Getting started is easy

Bake security into your software pipeline. A single API integration is all you need to get started.