Enterprise IT and DevOps teams work tirelessly to provide secured applications and systems to their customers against increasing and adapting cyberattacks. Implementing DevSecOps strategies enables teams to think more proactively about, and tackle, security issues throughout the DevOps software development cycle. To guarantee reliability, availability and predictability of mission-critical systems and applications, these teams need solutions that enable proactive security measures without disrupting their current DevOps processes. Polyverse Polymorphing enables your organization to remain operationally flexible by decreasing downtime and increasing system and application security without changing current DevOps workflows.
Protection against known and undisclosed memory-based zero-day attacks.
Protects you when you cannot or choose not to patch.
No impact to runtime overhead and no changes to existing processes or interoperability.
Polymorphing for Linux compiles, scrambles and serves hardened Linux distributions that are semantically equivalent to the original but also completely unique, mitigating known and unknown memory-based exploits from the moment you install the operating system. This is done by scrambling the instruction set at the binary level to ensure the security of each connected device without altering function, performance or operations of your OS. With Polymorphing in place, attackers can no longer escalate privilege to take over or encrypt your network.
As you drive efficiencies and increase customer service by moving workloads to the cloud, you also increase the attack surface for potential attackers.
Polyverse Polymorphing for Linux can be installed on AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud to provide application security.
The spirit of DevSecOps is to own, manage and secure the whole platform that applications run on. While this focus on the app layer is important, the underlying infrastructure the applications are built on top of is often forgotten.
The Polymorphic Build Farm secures the unseen and unsecured parts of DevSecOps application development. By enabling complete Zero Trust policies where nothing in the whole system is trusted, you can enable extreme compliance even when individual parts of the software supply chain are not. This includes the machines it runs on, the source code repositories it uses, environment integrity, compiler integrity, certificate authorities and more.