The startup’s software assists businesses in securing their cloud-based containers by identifying which programmes are active and which are susceptible. With its runtime application security platform for identifying vulnerabilities in open source components, Oligo Security made its covert launch public on Wednesday. Oligo creates a dynamic bill of materials (BOM), finds vulnerabilities in packages, and orders the fixing of vulnerabilities according to the context of the application.
For the past few years, open source software components found in huge, intricate systems have been the source of some of the most destructive cyberattacks. For instance, Log4Shell assaults persisted throughout the most of 2022 because many businesses were using a susceptible version of Log4j.