JupiterOne + WhiteHat Integration

Navigate SecOps complexity by leveraging JupiterOne’s WhiteHat integration to consolidate vulnerability scan findings and mapping them to the corresponding code repos, projects, and developers.

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Overview of the WhiteHat Integration

JupiterOne provides an open source integration with WhiteHat. This integration consolidates findings from Gitleaks with other vulnerability and code scanners into a centralized vulnerability management dashboard.

JupiterOne maps the findings to corresponding code repos, application projects, and the developers. Using simple queries, security teams can easily identify the code owner/maintainer to remediate the findings.

The integration connects directly to Whitehat APIs to obtain account metadata and analyze resource relationships. Customers authorize access by creating an API key in their target Whitehat account and providing that credential to JupiterOne.

To obtain the API token for a Whitehat account, sign in to Sentinel. Click the “My Profile” button in the top right and then “API Key”. Enter the account password and copy the displayed API Key.

WhiteHat Ingested Resources

The following entity resources are ingested when the integration runs:

Whitehat Entity Resource _type : _class of the Entity
Account whitehat_account : Account
Scan Type whitehat_scan : Service
CVE cve : Vulnerability
Vulnerability whitehat_vulnerability : Vulnerability
Finding whitehat_finding : Vulnerability

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