Kenna Security and Sonatype Partner for Open Source Vulnerability Intelligence

The pairing brings Sonatype data on open source components to the Kenna Security platform.



Kenna Security and Sonatype have announced a partnership to provide risk assessment and vulnerability intelligence for open source projects. According to Sonatype research, between 80% and 90% of enterprise applications are made of open source components, and an average enterprise uses more than 150,000 open source libraries. Understanding the vulnerabilities found in those components is critical for overall enterprise security, the companies said in announcing the partnership.

The integration of the companies' technology will enable customers to identify, prioritize, and remediate critical vulnerabilities while reducing false positives. Sonatype will provide the data on the open source components, which will be fed into the Kenna Security Platform for analysis and prioritization.

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