Snyk joins OpenSSF: Tackling open source supply chain security with a developer-first approach

I’m excited to share that Snyk has joined the Linux Foundation’s expanded support of the Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) as a premier member alongside Microsoft, Google, Cisco, Facebook, Intel, VMware, Red Hat, Oracle, and others. As Snyk’s mission is to enable developers to develop fast while staying secure, we believe that this cross-industry collaboration is critical to the future of software development and improving the security of open source.


Cybersecurity Awareness Month: 4 Ways to Tackle the Cybersecurity Skills Gap

The security skills gap continues to be a serious issue for organizations and there are no signs that things will get better soon. A June 2021 report by security professionals organization Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) and technology research firm Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) finds the cybersecurity skills crisis continues on a downward, multi-year trend of bad to worse, and has impacted more than half of the 489 organizations surveyed.


Securing S3 bucket configuration and access with Snyk & Solvo

Solvo is empowering developers and DevOps engineers by enabling them to run their cloud infrastructure with least privilege access, at speed and scale. In this article, we’ll go through a workflow combining Solvo’s automatic platform with Snyk Infrastructure as Code (Snyk IaC) to create customized and secured access from a Lambda function to an AWS S3 bucket. This blog was originally posted on the Solvo website.


How To Transition Your Team From DevOps To DevSecOps

DevOps has transformed the software development industry. The merging of development (Dev) and operations (Ops) teams has largely contributed to quick and effective software releases. The continuous evolution of the application security threat landscape requires organizations to integrate security into the DevOps culture. Thus, DevSecOps has emerged to extend the capabilities of DevOps and enable enterprises to release secure software faster.


Snyk Code adds Go security scanning (beta)

Snyk Code was launched at the beginning of 2021, and since then it has come a long way in a short time. As a developer-first security tool, it offers an intuitive UI and CLI, embeds in popular IDEs, provides actionable fix recommendations, and scans with industry-leading, real-time speeds and high accuracy. On top of that, it’s all backed by ML-driven algorithms that learn from the global developer community, growing its robust knowledge base exponentially.

Embracing Developer-First Practices for the Cloud Era with Snyk Founder and President Guy Podjarny

In this video, Guy Podjarny, Founder of Snyk discussed the importance of embracing developer-first practices for the cloud era. Guy also shared Snyk's unshakeable dedication to developer and security teams as well as its original vision.