The Spectral platform monitors, crawls, and protects organizations by intelligently discovering developer-facing systems like Slack, npm, maven, log providers, and more sources, which companies tend not to think about in their active threat modeling.
The Spectral scanner is a developer-first product. It respects security and privacy practices and never sends a company's code, configuration or other assets outside of the company's perimeter, making it more secure, faster and easier for software teams to use internally with integrations to Travis, Jenkins, CircleCI, as well as plugins for popular frameworks and products such as Webpack, Gatsby, Netlify and more.
Spectral includes an ever-growing set of detectors. It can scan any programming language, configuration files and other assets using machine learning-based analysis. Users can also build their own custom detectors using a purpose-built query language called SPEQL.
Founded in mid-2020, Spectral has a team of 15, and already protects millions of lines of code for a significant base of customers, including publicly-listed companies.
"Our solution prevents security breaches on a daily basis," said Spectral's co-founder and COO, Idan Didi. "The pain points we're addressing resonate strongly across every company developing software, because as they evolve from own-code to glue-code to no-code approaches they allow their developers to gain more speed, but they also add on significant amounts of risk. Spectral lets developers be more productive while keeping the company secure."
Open source software kit for secure SD-WAN
Survey finds UK developers highest paid in Europe
Trusted Objects adds services and products to protect IP
Sequitur Labs joins ST partner program to advance IoT security
Infineon, DIGISEQ develop blockchain physical asset verification