Open-Source Risk: The Ground Zero of Software Supply Chain Security

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Mike McGuire, Security Solutions Manager, Synopsys; Brandon Dunlap, Moderator

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When approaching software supply chain security, managing the risk related to open-source usage is often a top consideration for builders of applications. Several notable vulnerabilities, such as Apache Struts and Log4j justify that consideration, demonstrating just how widespread the downstream impacts can be. However, managing open-source risk gets increasingly difficult the more ubiquitous it becomes, and organizations become more complacent as they focus on hardening other nodes of their software supply chain. Join Synopsys and (ISC)² June 28, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. BST as we elevate the conversation beyond tool implementation and discuss the importance of installing an open-source risk management program in order to protect your organizations, and your consumers, from supply chain threats. We will discuss: o Implications of open-source risk o Obstacles to effectively managing open-source risk o The necessary people, processes, and tools to overcome those obstacles

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