Scan and Audit

Get a comprehensive analysis of your third-party and proprietary software that allows you to fully understand your use of open source in your products and services.

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You Don’t Know What Lives in Your Code

You are not managing the level of risk in your organization’s software development practice or you are not certain how compliant your applications are before sending it to your suppliers and customers.

You need an inventory of the OSS used within your organization or Third Party Notices within your delivered products and services. Your developers are busy developing software and don’t have the time to manage your OSS inventory or research license requirements. You want to avoid potentially costly litigation and mitigate risk by detecting evidence of license non-compliance and security issues.

You need to scan vendor-provided software but you don’t have the source code and want to verify the open source used before redistributing in a product.

You need an SBOM for your downstream vendors or their customers.

WHY you need an SBOM

SBOMs are increasingly important as they are the first step in addressing:

  • The overall level of risk for new applications and where to focus development efforts.
  • The items within your application that are non-compliant, and the current status of fixes.
  • Outstanding legal and security task-list items across all of your applications.

OSSC has a Solution

OSS Consultants will:

  • Deliver an accurate and timely audit report and can adjust the depth and breadth of a scan and analysis based on your project and risk profile.
  • Value your proprietary information. Our remote scanning capability allows us to scan without the need for us to see your proprietary source code. Your code never has to leave the corporate network, allowing us to build your inventory of OSS and create an SBOM for you to share downstream.
  • Help your business and legal teams mitigate legal exposure by discovering unknown open source software and third-party code with a detailed, comprehensive software Bill of Materials (SBOM) that prioritizes all components and dependencies for updating and remediation.

Identify open source components in:

  • Source code
  • Software packages
  • Binaries
  • Code snippets
  • Build dependencies
  • Docker images
  • Multimedia files
  • Evidence of third-party and commercial code

    Not sure how much Open Source you are using, or wondering if a Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) is appropriate for you?