build.security is offering the first true authorization policy management platform, providing developers with the building blocks they need to quickly generate and manage best-practice authorization controls across enterprise applications at scale.
build.security is a proud user and contributor of the Open Policy Agent (OPA), an open-sourced general-purpose policy engine that unifies policy enforcement across security stacks.
We provide a simple and powerful way to bring this industry-leading policy engine to your organization.
Build.security’s platform provides developers with easy deployment, ecosystem integrations and code extensibility. But we didn’t stop there!
Author, evaluate, distribute and monitor various policies for your custom, disparate systems from one unified pane of glass.
Author policies in a high-level declarative language with the most intuitive and natural way.
Deploy and integrate in minutes, not days.
Lightweight & Performant
Meet all your authorization requirements with performance-optimized architecture.
Context matters! Leverage data attributes from any source to make authorization decisions.
Benefit from built-in logging and auditing, using best-practices across the stack.
“build.security’s innovative approach allows developers to focus on developing apps at unprecedented speed without the burden of RBAC and ABAC implementation weighing them down.”
CEO & Co-founder of CrowdStrike
“Security only scales when the whole team is empowered to protect. build.security has built a unified and scalable authorization solution that goes beyond visibility and prevents problems before they happen.”
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