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Securing the Third-Party Software Supply Chain

Today, a significant percentage of all software is assembled from open-source software and COTS. Akin to a baker who didn’t grow their ingredients, how well do development teams know their ingredients and the inherent risk they carry?

This webinar provides an understanding of how to “shift left” in a DevOps SDLC by conducting early stage scrutiny to better manage software risk. Topics include:

•Choosing components wisely to reduce attack surface
•Ongoing threat modeling
•Cloud configuration and deployment review
•Procurement strategies and contracting tools
•Mitigating weaknesses in supply chain elements
Recorded Mar 12 2020 45 mins
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Ed Adams, President and CEO, Security Innovation
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    Making some good architectural decisions up front can help you:

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    • Unwanted surprises - misconfigurations, application rewrites, open data buckets
    • Attack vectors - how they impact data flow and storage models
    • Sunnier days - must-do’s for securing cloud software
  • It’s Not Me, it’s You! Kicking 3rd-Party Software Risk to the Curb Recorded: Sep 1 2020 60 mins
    Ed Adams, CEO, Security Innovation
    With the proliferation of COTS, Open Source Software, libraries, frameworks, APIs, and other components, modern software is increasingly assembled instead of coded from scratch. While this shift helps deliver feature-rich solutions and interoperability, it also introduces risk and data security challenges.

    To manage 3rd-party risks, new assessment and mitigation techniques are needed. Fixing the code is often impossible, pen testing can be limiting, and patching still leaves you exposed.     

    Join host Ed Adams, a Ponemon Institute research fellow, for a panel discussion with security professionals, including:

    JOHN MASSERINI
    Global CISO, Millicom (Tigo) Telecommunications
    An industry-recognized leader, John has decades of experience providing Information Security services to multinational organizations in diverse verticals. He is a prolific author and speaker and previously served as CISO for MIAX Options Exchange and Dow Jones.

    CHARISSE CASTAGNOLI
    General Counsel & Manager, Instapay Flexible LLC
    Charisse has over 30 years of experience in the IT industry. She combines her technology expertise with security and legal skills to help organizations meet their security and compliance needs. She is an adjunct Professor of Law at John Marshall Law School.

    FRED PINKETT
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    Fred is a technology expert with 20+ years of experience in the SaaS, Cloud, and cybersecurity fields. Throughout his career, he has worked closely with engineering and marketing teams to bring high-quality and secure products to the market.

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    - Assessing threats and impacts
    - Risk-rating your inventory
    - Selecting the right controls
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    Ed Adams, CEO, Security Innovation
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    Join host Ed Adams, a Ponemon Institute research fellow, for a panel discussion with security professionals whose collective experience spans Fortune 500 technology, financial services, and medical device industries.

    JOSHUA CORMAN
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    UMA CHANDRASHEKHAR
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    MARK MERKOW
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    Topics to be discussed:

    * Why and for whom are security principles important?
    * Have principles become a lost art form, or did they never really take off?
    * What is the most underutilized principle? Does it vary based on tech stack and deployment?

    FREE GIVEAWAY
    We'll also be raffling off three copies of Mark Merkow's latest book "Secure, Resilient, and Agile Software Development" during the webinar.
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    The PCI SLC outlines security requirements and assessment procedures to help ensure payment software adequately protects the integrity and confidentiality of payment transactions and data. It provides payment software vendors with nine control objectives that set the stage for secure and repeatable development. These controls are very likely to become requirements for all in the future.

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    Attend this webcast to learn techniques to define, design, develop, test, and maintain secure systems. Particular focus will be paid to software-dependent systems.

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    Attend this webinar to better understand methods that make data theft more difficult for attackers and render stolen data unusable.

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    Application risks as enterprises pivot to online/new business model(s)
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    Security risks due to uninformed employees & their home infrastructure
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    Ed Adams, President and CEO, Security Innovation
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    •Choosing components wisely to reduce attack surface
    •Ongoing threat modeling
    •Cloud configuration and deployment review
    •Procurement strategies and contracting tools
    •Mitigating weaknesses in supply chain elements
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    About the Speaker
    Ed Adams is a software quality and security expert with over 20 years of experience in the field. He served as a member of the Security Innovation Board of Directors since its inception in 2002 and took over as CEO in 2003. Ed is a Research Fellow at The Ponemon Institute, serves on the board of several IT security organizations, and was named a Privacy by Design Ambassador by the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Canada.
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