Continuous threat coverage
Evolve from DevOps to DevSecOps by adding continuous security to your CI/CD.
Integrate anywhere in your pipeline
Snyk easily integrates with all your favorite CI/CD tools and systems.
Create guardrails, not gates
Enable pre-merge scanning to prevent shipping vulnerable code.
Continuous security in your CI/CD
Just like your integration and delivery, Snyk’s security monitoring is continuous.
Natively integrate security into your pipelines
Run Snyk in your CLI or seamlessly integrate with your favorite CI/CD tools to secure your CI/CD pipelines.
Continuously secure every layer of your apps
Deploy Snyk in your pipelines to find and fix code, open source, container, and IaC vulnerabilities.
Automated pre- and post-merge scanning
Keep your pipelines clean by merging secure code and continuously monitoring for new vulnerabilities.
Add security into your CI/CD tools
Snyk integrates with your favorite CI/CD tools like Jenkins to provide vulnerability test reports and suggest fix advice.
Security starts with developers
Give your developers the tools they need to boost release velocity by keeping their applications secure from the start.
Add security into your IDE with real-time scanning and actionable fix advice in-line.
Automatically find and fix vulnerabilities locally and in your CI/CD pipelines.
Secure your code with PR vulnerability checks, one-click fixes, and continuous monitoring.
CI/CD security is defined as the actions taken to detect and secure against risk at every stage of the CI/CD pipeline from build to deployment.
Snyk helps security teams shift left earlier into the CI/CD process, allowing for risk to be discovered and remediated earlier in the build process and before reaching production. We provide wide coverage across your open source dependencies, proprietary code, containers, IaC, and more.
Snyk integrates with the following CI/CD tools: Jenkins, CircleCI, GitHub Actions, AWS CodePipeline, Azure Pipelines, Bitbucket Pipelines, Maven, TeamCity, and Terraform. See the Docs for more details.
While CI/CD tools can grant organizations increased control and auditability of their build processes, teams must be aware of the risks as well. Malicious code injection, secrets leakage, and outdated components are all threats that can have serious business impacts, and it is important to strengthen your CI/CD pipelines against such threats.
Security testing should be included in every step of the CI/CD process. This is frequently referred to as “continuous testing” or “continuous security”, and it can significantly improve your overall security posture.