Today we’re introducing improved risk details display and workflows in BluBracket Code Security. Our early testers have described these as a huge improvement in their ability to quickly and efficiently review and act on risks.
We developed these improvements in collaboration with our design partners, with feedback from our enterprise customers representing over $100 billion in global revenue, and with our user community including millions of code contributors across scanned customer repos.
This experience is the default for all new accounts today—including free accounts—and will roll out to existing accounts globally over the coming weeks.
What risks are displayed?
The new detail displays and workflows apply to all risk categories BluBracket currently supports, including:
- What’s in your code
- Who has access️
- Where it goes
How can I act on the displayed risks?
In addition to identifying risks, BluBracket gives clear instructions on how to resolve most identified risks:
- Every risk related to code includes a deep link to the file in the source code repo, highlighting the specific line containing the risk. And many code risks display the relevant code block in the web console, for easy review in one place.
- Risks related to git access and configuration clearly identify the code server and repo where the risk was discovered.
How can I get access?
This experience is the default for all new accounts today—including free accounts—and will roll out to existing accounts globally over the coming weeks. Please contact your customer success team with any questions.
BluBracket Code Security is free to use for up to 25 repos, and free to start for all. Sign up here with no credit card required, or contact us for a free demo.