How to Secure Your Python Open-Source Supply Chain from Hidden Threats

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Rongliang (Leon) Zhou, Principal product manager, Anaconda

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The innovation, community, and agility of open source software are unmatched, but Python ecosystems are not without risk. Security vulnerabilities are a reality in open-source code just as they are with proprietary software. It's a high-stakes game that depends on the robustness of your supply chain security. Scanning for security vulnerabilities is not enough; you must trust where your open-source software packages, libraries, and databases originate. We’re here to help. In this webinar, you will learn: Where, why, and how security issues might creep into your Python and R open-source ecosystem How a single compromised open-source component can lead to a cascade of security breaches Key steps for securing your open-source supply chain and a roadmap of risks you can reference with your teams to build security awareness
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