Orchestron ver. 3.0.1 is out now, with some great new features that make life easier for both your security and development teams! We’re constantly looking for ways to make it easier for organisations to seamlessly fit our platform into their workflow, and make it accessible for teams that can’t afford to waste time learning how to use a new software.
In version 3.0.1, we’re making Orchestron even more intuitive and user-friendly, while bringing several new under-the-hood changes that are going to make your experience faster, more efficient and way more productive.
Let’s talk about some of the biggest new changes you’ll see:
Dashboard graphs are now clickable, letting you explore your vulnerability analytics in greater detail. This means better context for what kind of vulnerabilities are a bigger risk to your app, and which ones you need to pay attention to first.
We’ve made it even easier to find exactly what you’re looking for with the feature to apply filters to categorise vulnerabilities based on the application, age of the vulnerability, scan tool, and vulnerability category.
Cloud-Hosted Vulnerability Database
Our massive vulnerability metadata library, the Orchestron Risk Language (ORL), is now hosted on AWS! Orchestron is faster and more efficient this time around, thanks to new tech under the hood.
What’s more, we’ve even added new CWEs and datasets to the library, making it more complete and fully featured than it’s ever been.
Compliance Data for Vulnerabilities
Orchestron now supports detailed compliance-related information for vulnerabilities. By linking your vulnerabilities to a particular CWE number, we can point out specifically what compliance standard you would need to consider while in the process of remediation.
Support for Cloud Security Tools
Orchestron is ready to take on cloud with our latest update that adds support for 5 new cloud security tools!
In addition to the comprehensive list of security testing and bug tracking tools, and continuous integration and platforms supported by Orchestron, we now bring you a whole host of tools that are compatible with some of the most popular cloud and AWS-focused tools out there!
Here’s a list of all the tools you can natively integrate with Orchestron:
ScoutSuite: Assess your application’s security posture across AWS, Azure, GCP, and other cloud providers
Prowler: Open source tool used for auditing and assessing your AWS account for potential vulnerabilities
AWS GuardDuty: Threat detection service that constantly monitors your AWS accounts for malicious activity
AWS Inspector: Automated security assessment service that checks for exposure, vulnerabilities, and deviations from best practices
AWS Security Hub: Service that aggregates, organises, and prioritises security findings from multiple AWS services