Protect Digital Supply Chain Assets

The Bill of Materials is a good starting point. Then what?

Commercial codebases employ an average of 445 open source components. Learn how Peacemakr's code signing and verification pipeline ensures you get exactly what you expect.

Why is Data Protection critical to Digital Supply Chain Security?

The Secure Software Development Lifecycle contains a Bill of Materials, Static Application Security Testing (SAST), Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST), Glassbox Penetration Testing, Closedbox Penetration Testing, and many other security results.

Then, we prioritize fixes according the committed Service License Agreements of Vulnerability Remediations.

However, signing and verifing digital assets that are blessed by your SSDLC is the only way ensure integrity.

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Is a digital asset's hash sufficient?

No. Anyone that can hijack a digital asset can replace it's hashed value too, since there are no secrets protecting the hash.

Is encrypting digital assets sufficient?

No. Encryption alone only provides content privacy and tamper detection, but it does not provide non-repudiation - the proof that the SSDLC blessed a digital asset.

Only signing a digitial asset ensure authenticity

By signing digital assets after Secure Software Development stages and verifying signatures before use, we ensure authenticity and enforce operational maturity of your SSDLC.

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And we’re here to help

Peacemakr is a drop-in signing and verification solution, but it may not be obvious how it applies to your specific Digitial Supply Chain, as there are so many. We'd love an opportunity to work with your engineers on how Peacemakr fits into your tech stack.