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Secure Your Containers With GitHub and Synopsys

In April, Synopsys and GitHub spoke about adding “Sec” to DevOps by using solutions that don’t sacrifice speed or agility. Most of the discussion focused on software composition analysis for applications. But DevOps organizations are increasingly adopting container technologies. Do our solutions have what it takes to properly secure the code found in every layer of a container image?

The answer is yes. With GitHub and Synopsys solutions, you can ensure the code in your containers is secure—from the code you write, to the open source you depend on, and to the operating system components that come with the container. In this live webinar, experts from Synopsys and GitHub will demonstrate solutions that can help keep your container contents secure. Some highlights:

- The application security tool landscape, and when and where to run these tools
- Linux component vulnerabilities vs. application component vulnerabilities
- Demo: GitHub repo to a running container
- Black Duck CoPilot: It’s free!
Recorded Nov 6 2018 52 mins
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Bryan Cross, Sr. Solutions Engineer, GitHub; Dave Meurer, Partner Solution Architect, Black Duck by Synopsys
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