Cybersecurity giant Snyk more than triples valuation as it edges closer to decacorn status
Cybersecurity giant Snyk has increased its valuation by nearly $4bn in a matter of months, following the close of a $530m Series F.
Atlassian & Snyk, a more secure developer experience – Jeff Richards
Snyk helps software-driven businesses develop fast and stay secure. Continuously find and fix vulnerabilities for npm, Maven, NuGet, RubyGems, PyPI and more.
Learn more about Snyk http://bit.ly/snyk-io
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Snyk Open Source Security Overview
Snyk Open Source helps developers to easily find and fix vulnerabilities and license issues in open source dependencies throughout the SDLC. Watch the video to learn how you can:
– Detect vulnerabilities and license issues as early as possible
– Analyze easily and make data-driven security decisions
– Fix quickly to reduce exposure with automated remediation
– Monitor continuously to maintain your code security level
Learn more about Snyk capabilities here http://bit.ly/snyk-io
How to Get Involved in the Security Community via Internet Bug Bounties – The Big Fix 2022 by Snyk
Vandana Verma Sehgal, Security Relations Leader at Snyk and Kayla Underkoffler, Senior Security Technologist at HackerOne discuss how to get involved in the security community and how internet bug bounties are a way you can do that.
The Big Fix brought together developers, DevOps, and security practitioners of all skill levels to help make the internet more secure through a month of fixing vulnerabilities, ending in a 24-hour livestream event.
Learn more about #thebigfix https://snyk.io/events/the-big-fix/
An Introduction to Snyk – Open Source Security
In this introduction to Snyk, you’ll see how the developer security tool tests your application build artifacts, flagging those dependencies that have known vulnerabilities. It provides you with a list of vulnerabilities that exist in the packages you’re using in your application as a dashboard.
Additionally, it will suggest upgrade versions or provide patches to remediate your security issues, via a pull request against your source code repository. Snyk also protects your environment, by ensuring that any future pull requests raised on your repository are automatically tested (via webhooks) to make sure they do not introduce new known vulnerabilities. This ensures vulnerabilities are not knowingly introduced back into your source code.
New vulnerabilities are found in existing projects and libraries every day, so it’s important to also monitor and protect your production deployments. Snyk takes snapshots and monitors your deployment so that when new vulnerabilities are found, you can automatically be notified via your preferred channel, JIRA, slack or email as well as have pull requests created to offer upgrades and patches to the new vulnerabilities.
Snyk is available via a web UI as well as a CLI, so you can easily integrate it with your CI environment, and configure it to break your build when vulnerabilities exist with a severity beyond your set threshold.
You can use Snyk for free for open source projects or for private projects with a limited number of monthly tests. For more information or to sign up, go to http://bit.ly/snyk-io to learn more.