Bridgecrew can now be used as a run step in Terraform Enterprise as a mandatory or advisory step between the plan and apply stage. To get started, go to the Terraform Enterprise (Sentinel) wizard.
Bridgecrew and Prisma Cloud users can initiate scans of onboarded integrations from the Projects screen, in addition to our periodic scans that happen twice a day. This will scan both VCS and Runtime resources. Note that for VCS, the scan will only scan the default branch, which is also true of the periodic scans.
Bridgecrew allows owners and admin users to configure the VCS integration such that all existing and future repositories will automatically be integrated with Bridgecrew. The options are now:
Bridgecrew now allows users to have additional customized policies capabilities by expanding the vast number of operators supported in our scheme. Newly supported operators include:
We now support all versions of the Terraform AWS provider including V4! The following changes will not impact users who are using older versions of the provider, and Bridgecrew and Checkov will handle that detail automatically.
As we extend code scanning far beyond infrastructure-as-code it has come the time to rename the GitHub check name used on Pull Request Checks. With current scanning covering images, open source, secrets and supply chain configuration files, the checks previous naming
Infrastructure-as-code analysis has confused developers in their path to get a fully checked PR scorecard.
Bridgecrew and Checkov will now ingest and scan version control system (VCS) configuration for misconfigurations. The Bridgecrew platform will automatically scan connected GitLab (GitHub and BitBucket coming soon) repositories and organizations and all VCS configuration within CI. To scan VCS configuration using Checkov, you’ll need to include an API key and specify the framework. For example:
The latest release of Checkov includes an important policy update. The new default behavior when you use an API key is to only have policies that are in Bridgecrew/Code. This makes it a more consistent, integrated experience from Checkov to the platform. The previous behavior was that Checkov has more policies than the platform, leading to confusion about missing policies. You can still show all policies in Checkov scans using
This new capability allows users of GitHub Enterprise to fork repos that have Bridgecrew and automatically get insights (PR comments, Projects page information, etc.). Additionally, this feature allows users to:
We’ve added a new page to Bridgecrew called Supply Chain Security to visualize the components of your supply chain and quickly see the posture of your application and infrastructure code.