Snyk

London, UK
2015
  |  By David Lugo
Development teams of all sizes are embracing the excitement and possibility of using AI tools to build software. Coding assistants like Google Gemini and Github Copilot have the potential to accelerate development like never before, and developers are adopting these tools — whether or not leadership has officially approved them. As your team considers the best ways to adopt this new technology, this transition might feel like déjà vu.
  |  By Gourav Singh Bais
Flask is a powerful, lightweight, and versatile web framework for Python, that's designed to make it easy for developers to develop web applications quickly with minimal boilerplate code. It's a stand-alone microframework that doesn't need any additional libraries or tools and has no database abstraction layer.
  |  By Josh Amata
Symmetric and asymmetric encryption are the two most common ways to protect sensitive data with cryptography. These methods use key(s) to transform an unencrypted message into an encrypted message (a ciphertext) that is extremely difficult to decrypt without the correct key(s). Symmetric encryption uses a single key to encrypt and decrypt data. In contrast, asymmetric encryption uses a pair of keys, a public and private key, to encrypt and decrypt sensitive data.
  |  By Mariah Gresham
Something about the springtime sunshine and blooming flowers inspires many of us to start cleaning. For some, it might be tackling the backyard shed that accumulated cobwebs over the winter or that overflowing junk drawer in the corner of the kitchen. As you survey your home and yard and decide where to start cleaning, it’s also a great time to look at your application security program and see if any of your existing processes need some tidying up. Here are a few great places to start.
  |  By Gourav Singh Bais
Creating a Python package involves several actions, such as figuring out an apt directory structure, creating package files, and configuring the package metadata before deploying it. There are a few other steps that you need to follow including creating a subdirectory for tests and clear documentation. Once the package is ready, you can distribute it to various distribution archives. With that, your Python package will be ready for others to install and use.
  |  By Sarah Conway
Application security teams often lack the crucial information and visibility needed to find, prioritize, and remediate risks in their most business-critical applications. To solve this application security challenge, ServiceNow and Snyk have partnered to provide a singular view of the risk within these applications — exposing the severity and criticality of vulnerabilities while providing actionable workflows to boost your overall security posture.
  |  By Eric Fernandez
Snyk has been a pioneer in AI-powered cybersecurity since the launch of Snyk Code in 2021, with the DeepCode AI engine bringing unmatched accuracy and speed to identifying security issues in the SAST space for the first time. Over the last 3 years, we have seen the rise of AI and LLMs, which Snyk has been at the forefront of with the introduction of new AI-based capabilities, such as DeepCode AI Fix, our vulnerability autofixing feature, or our third-party dependency reachability feature.
  |  By Daniel Berman
Snyk AppRisk Pro ships with a range of innovative, ecosystem-driven capabilities alongside new analytics tools, providing comprehensive application risk management with Snyk.
  |  By Chintan B.
We are pleased to introduce Semantic Versioning and release channels to Snyk CLI from v.1.1291.0 onwards. In this blog post, we will share why we are introducing these changes, what problems these changes solve for our customers, and how our customers can opt-in according to their needs.
  |  By Gerald Crescione
While shifting security left has been a hot topic for around a decade, many organizations still face issues trying to make it a reality. There are many misconceptions about what shift left means and what it looks like for development teams to take ownership of security without derailing their existing workflows.
  |  By Snyk
Watch the full video for more... About Snyk Snyk helps you find and fix vulnerabilities in your code, open-source dependencies, containers, infrastructure-as-code, software pipelines, IDEs, and more! Move fast, stay secure.
  |  By Snyk
Watch the full video for more... About Snyk Snyk helps you find and fix vulnerabilities in your code, open-source dependencies, containers, infrastructure-as-code, software pipelines, IDEs, and more! Move fast, stay secure.
  |  By Snyk
In this video, we show you how to build an NPM package that is compatible with ESM and CJS. Have you built an NPM package before? if so, share it down below in the comments! Snyk helps you find and fix vulnerabilities in your code, open-source dependencies, containers, infrastructure-as-code, software pipelines, IDEs, and more! Move fast, stay secure.
  |  By Snyk
Watch the full video for more... About Snyk Snyk helps you find and fix vulnerabilities in your code, open-source dependencies, containers, infrastructure-as-code, software pipelines, IDEs, and more! Move fast, stay secure.
  |  By Snyk
Watch the full video for more... About Snyk Snyk helps you find and fix vulnerabilities in your code, open-source dependencies, containers, infrastructure-as-code, software pipelines, IDEs, and more! Move fast, stay secure.
  |  By Snyk
Watch the full video for more... About Snyk Snyk helps you find and fix vulnerabilities in your code, open-source dependencies, containers, infrastructure-as-code, software pipelines, IDEs, and more! Move fast, stay secure.
  |  By Snyk
Watch the full video for more... About Snyk Snyk helps you find and fix vulnerabilities in your code, open-source dependencies, containers, infrastructure-as-code, software pipelines, IDEs, and more! Move fast, stay secure.
  |  By Snyk
Watch the full video for more... About Snyk Snyk helps you find and fix vulnerabilities in your code, open-source dependencies, containers, infrastructure-as-code, software pipelines, IDEs, and more! Move fast, stay secure.
  |  By Snyk
Watch the full video for more... About Snyk Snyk helps you find and fix vulnerabilities in your code, open-source dependencies, containers, infrastructure-as-code, software pipelines, IDEs, and more! Move fast, stay secure.
  |  By Snyk
Watch the full video for more... About Snyk Snyk helps you find and fix vulnerabilities in your code, open-source dependencies, containers, infrastructure-as-code, software pipelines, IDEs, and more! Move fast, stay secure.
  |  By Snyk
This book will help both development and application security architects and practitioners address the risk of vulnerable open source libraries and discuss why such vulnerable dependencies are the most likely to be exploited by attackers.
  |  By Snyk
Forrester conducted a customer study to get insights into why organizations choose Snyk to help them tackle and implement developer-first security. Read the report to dive into the benefits, cost and value ROI for Snyk.
  |  By Snyk
This book reviews how the serverless paradigm affects the security of an application, and dives into the benefits it brings.
  |  By Snyk
Snyk's annual State of Open Source Security Report 2020 is here. Download it now to learn how Open Source security is evolving.
  |  By Snyk
"Shift left" has become the holy grail for security teams today but organizations are still struggling to successfully implement some of the key processes that shifting security left entails. A new study sponsored by Snyk and conducted by Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) has found that while developers are indeed being given more responsibility for testing their applications for security issues, they simply don't have the knowledge or right set of tools to do so.
  |  By Snyk
81% of security and development professionals believe developers are responsible for open source security - but many organizations are still unsure how to start building a culture and practice of DevSecOps. Puppet & Snyk's study is digging deeper into the trends of DevSecOps adoption.
  |  By Snyk
The 2020 Gartner Market Guide for SCA is here! Recent Gartner survey finds that over 90% of organizations leverage OSS in application development - and as a result, security of open source packages was the highest ranked concern for respondents. These concerns have led to a growing market, addressed by various vendors for SCA tools that mitigate the risk of OSS. New trends emerge with devops on the rise - as the market shifts towards developer-friendly SCA tools.

Snyk is an open source security platform designed to help software-driven businesses enhance developer security. Snyk's dependency scanner makes it the only solution that seamlessly and proactively finds, prioritizes and fixes vulnerabilities and license violations in open source dependencies and container images.

Security Across the Cloud Native Application Stack:

  • Open Source Security: Automatically find, prioritize and fix vulnerabilities in your open source dependencies throughout your development process.
  • Code Security: Find and fix vulnerabilities in your application code in real-time during the development process.
  • Container Security Find and automatically fix vulnerabilities in your containers at every point in the container lifecycle.
  • Infrastructure as Code Security Find and fix Kubernetes and Terraform infrastructure as code issues while in development.

Develop Fast. Stay Secure.