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Open Source Security Vulnerabilities in Enterprise Environments

As more organizations realize the benefits of Open source, its adoption keeps growing with remarkable momentum. But it also comes with its own set of security challenges. As our dependency on open source keeps growing it becomes more urgent to understand and manage the vulnerabilities that it brings.

Listen to Xin Ding, Product Manager at FOSSA as he shares his thoughts on the state of Open source vulnerability management and how today’s enterprises can address their security needs without disrupting their development cycle.

Join FOSSA as we discuss:
- Open source in Enterprise IT environments
- Open source vulnerabilities and examples of high profile vulnerabilities
- How Open source vulnerabilities affect your business
- Best practices to secure your Open source libraries.
- Things to consider when evaluating a Vulnerability tool
Recorded Jun 25 2020 36 mins
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  • Open Source Security Vulnerabilities in Enterprise Environments Recorded: Jun 25 2020 36 mins
    Xin Ding, Product Manager at FOSSA
    As more organizations realize the benefits of Open source, its adoption keeps growing with remarkable momentum. But it also comes with its own set of security challenges. As our dependency on open source keeps growing it becomes more urgent to understand and manage the vulnerabilities that it brings.

    Listen to Xin Ding, Product Manager at FOSSA as he shares his thoughts on the state of Open source vulnerability management and how today’s enterprises can address their security needs without disrupting their development cycle.

    Join FOSSA as we discuss:
    - Open source in Enterprise IT environments
    - Open source vulnerabilities and examples of high profile vulnerabilities
    - How Open source vulnerabilities affect your business
    - Best practices to secure your Open source libraries.
    - Things to consider when evaluating a Vulnerability tool
  • Enterprise Software Architecture and Open Source Compliance Recorded: May 12 2020 34 mins
    Carlos Cheung — Head of Open Source, FOSSA
    Learn how the best software companies in the world are using Enterprise architecture to scale their Open Source usage & Open Source compliance. Join us as we discuss the importance of Open Source Management within Enterprise technology initiatives, and focus on how to best apply this management within the software development life cycle — no matter what methodologies you may be using.

    This webinar will cover:

    * Emerging trends in Open Source usage in the Enterprise
    * 3 major software architecture areas affecting compliance governance
    * Best practices for managing compliance governance in the Enterprise

    Presenter Carlos Cheung is the Head of Open Source at FOSSA, and also serves on the Business Advisory Council at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business. He has held product management and software engineering roles at Optimizely, VoiceLabs and other San Francisco Bay Area SaaS companies.
  • Advocating for Open Source in the Enterprise Recorded: Apr 15 2020 36 mins
    Solomon Rubin, Sr. Security Engineer at FOSSA
    Are you looking to increase open source adoption at your company or struggling to get traction for your open source initiatives? Join us and we'll address some of the concerns around using open source in enterprise environments — including Fortune 1000 companies, heavily regulated industries and government. We will breakdown ways to mitigate those concerns and risks as well as how to present the benefits of using open source technologies to your company.

    This webinar will cover:

    * Legal concerns when using open source
    * Security concerns when using open source
    * Establishment/necessity of Open Source policies
    * Factors limiting developer ability to use open source

    Presenter Solomon Rubin is a Sr. Security Engineer at FOSSA. He has worked at several premier research facilities, including MIT Lincoln Laboratory and the MITRE corporation over the last seven years. Over the course of his career, he has worked on a variety of cyber defense projects and has promoted the use of Open Source and InnerSource within both the United States government and Fortune 100 companies.
  • [Panel] Open Source in the Enterprise: Predictions for 2020 Recorded: Jan 23 2020 58 mins
    Chris Aniszczyk; Gil Yehuda; Kevin Wang; Taylor Udell
    What will be the biggest challenges around Enterprise Open Source adoption in 2020?
    What do they experts predict for licensing? Security vulnerabilities? Code quality?
    How will enterprise usage of open source across the software team evolve in 2020? Beyond?

    FOSSA has assembled a panel of experts to share their forecast for Open Source changes throughout the coming year. Panelists include:

    * Chris Aniszczyk — founder of the TODO Group and CTO of the Linux Foundation

    * Gil Yehuda — Senior Director of Open Source, Verizon Media

    * Kevin Wang — founder and CEO of FOSSA and TLDRLegal

    Chris, Gil and Kevin will discuss their predictions around open source usage in the enterprise, and then open up the floor to Q & A.
  • What is an OSPO? The Rise of the Open Source Program Office Recorded: Oct 24 2019 35 mins
    Taylor Udell, Director of Product Marketing at FOSSA
    Managing your open source program is all about improving efficiency and decreasing risk. Determining what packages to leverage, when developers should contribute, and what internal projects you may want to publish are all strategic business decisions. An Open Source Program Office (OSPO) helps to define your open source management strategy while considering the implications of open source components on product viability, competitiveness, resources, security and the risk profile of your company.

    In this webinar you will learn:
    ●Things to know when evaluating your need for an OSPO
    ●Areas managed by an OSPO
    ●Roles key to an OSPO's success
    ●The key pillars of a successful OSPO
    ●A list of resources to read if you want to build an OSPO

    FOSSA Director of Product Marketing Taylor Udell will share how getting the most from open source is not about how much code is deployed, but rather how about how developing the right open source management strategy can impact business goals, revenue, risk, recruiting and reputation. Move away from tactical, manual OSS management and into a strategic, holistic OSPO program that serves the needs of the company, your customers and your developers.
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