Argon Security announced the introduction of its patent-pending IntegrityTM technology, which enables businesses to detect and prevent software supply chain cyberattacks such as the ones that hit SolarWinds and ClickStudios. Misconfigurations, vulnerabilities, and weak dependencies in the company’s CI/CD pipeline are also eliminated, reducing supply chain risks.

Argon IntegrityTM strengthens Argon’s position as a leader in software supply chain security for the modern paradigm of DevOps-led high-velocity software development and increased trust and confidence in businesses’ software releases.

Argon’s patent-pending solution monitors the development process and prevents source-code tampering or manipulation during the software development and release process. Together with the infrastructure hardening and process security, Argon is the only solution in the market that provides holistic, multi-layered prevention of supply chain threats.

“The SolarWinds’ breach highlighted the fact that the software supply chain is a new attack vector that organizations are not currently equipped to defend against. Our solution provides full visibility into the development environment and protects our customers from bad actors who seek to tamper with their code or native behavior and uptime of their applications,” said Eilon Elhadad, CEO, Argon.

“Defending against supply chain attacks is a difficult challenge. Argon is the first solution I’ve seen that can provide broad visibility and security across your software supply chain, detect and prevent risks from misconfigurations, vulnerabilities, and supply chain attacks. This is a quantum leap forward for the defending side,” said Stephen Davis, Chief Information Security Officer at Macmillan.

Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the high complexity and low security within new modern software development environments to exploit and cause massive damage, not only to the attacked corporation, but to their thousands of clients, in this new trend of software supply chain attacks that preyed on SolarWinds, Codecov, and thousands of other companies. Most firms that generate code have implemented continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) techniques to automate their software development during the last few years, helping them to speed up product and feature releases while maintaining a competitive edge over their markets. As a result, they’ve become a target for supply chain attacks.

“Argon’s solution enables companies to secure their software supply chain against the risks of supply chain attacks effectively. Our unique and in-depth security technology allows us to cross-check and validate actions across the pipeline and prevent damage to the company’s infrastructure, code or application from supply chain attacks. Such consolidated multi-layer coverage is not available in the market today under a single solution,” said Eran Orzel, Argon’s chief revenue and customer officer.