Frequently asked questions
Why should I use Rezilion’s platform?
Rezilion is a DevSecOps platform that helps customers eliminate software vulnerabilities across cloud workloads, applications and IoT devices, empowering developers and security teams to accelerate innovation without risk.
Customers use Rezilion to reduce their patching backlog on an average of 70%, reduce remediation times from months to days, and release secure code faster.
I’m already using a vulnerability scanner [+ other tools?]. Why do I need Rezilion?
Rezilion works with your scanner to give you visibility into which bugs actually pose risk. Rather than a view into simply which vulnerabilities are in your environment, Rezilion’s platform reveals which vulnerabilities are loaded to memory and pose actual risk, giving you a true view of your attack surface and helping you to prioritize patching what matters most.
When in the SDLC is Rezilion best used?
Rezilion can be used throughout the Software Development Life Cycle (SLDC) from dev to production. Whether you deploy in development (CI), staging or production, Rezilion is easy to integrate as part of your workflow. Rezilion helps customers in CI or production to focus on building and releasing products quickly and avoid the bottlenecks common to manual security workflows.
Using the Rezilion platform, customers can reduce their vulnerability backlog and focus on what matters most by filtering out vulnerabilities that are not exploitable. Consequently, Rezilion customers patch less and reduce remediation timelines at any stage in the SDLC.
What is a Dynamic Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) and why do I need one?
A Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) is a list of ingredients that make up software components. This includes code updates, vulnerability patches, new features, and any other modifications.
An SBOM is useful in tracking the history of software products and their components. But SBOMs are static, and frequent changes need to be made, which can be labor intensive and costly for organizations.
A dynamic SBOM is a continuous and real time version of the SBOM that is updated automatically whenever a release happens or changes occur. Changes can happen at any point and for an SBOM to be effective, they need to be tracked in real time. It is critical for organizations to have a dynamic SBOM that can incorporate updates automatically.
What is Vulnerability Validation?
Vulnerability validation is the process of validating the actual exploitability – not just criticality – of detected software vulnerabilities. The Rezilion platform does this by enhancing vulnerability scanner results with runtime visibility data, revealing which bugs are loading in memory (and are actually exploitable) and which are not.
Teams use Rezilion vulnerability validation to remove the clutter of “false positive” scan results and focus attention on the exploitable risks that matter most.
How does Rezilion help me remediate vulnerabilities?
Rezilion gives you automated recommendations for the most efficient paths to remediation based on aggregated and validated data, to make informed decisions and take action faster.
Who are Rezilion’s integration partners?
Rezilion currently integrates with a variety of third-party tools and platforms. Please visit our Partners page for more information.
How does Rezilion handle my data?
How do I get started with Rezilion?
Getting started is fast and easy because Rezilion integrates seamlessly into your existing stack.
The platform is deployed in minutes as a plugin to your existing DevOps tools and cloud infrastructure, and integrates with your existing vulnerability scanners with just a few clicks.
AWS customers can start using Rezilion through AWS Marketplace, where activation is achieved with an efficient, agentless deployment mechanism. GitLab customers can also integrate Rezilion into their CI/CD workflows just as easily.
Interested in learning more? Contact us today to schedule a demo of our platform or talk to a member of our sales team.