The decentralized nature of crypto-wallets have made them ripe targets for threat actors, but what if there is a bigger threat from within.
As we explore the nature of performing third party risk management (TPRM) to evaluate the “build quality” of a software package, we will explore the quality of several common crypto-wallets and evaluate their risk profiles and threats to their users.
Tim Stahl will deconstruct different crypto-wallet software packages using our Software Supply Chain Security platform and demonstrate and discuss key concepts such as:
✓ The importance for risk and security profiling of acquired software
✓ How the concept of “build quality” can provide deeper insight into a product or a vendor, and improve risk assessments
✓ Why these steps are critical for all enterprises to take in order to avoid introducing unknown risks into their environments
Presenter: Tim Stahl, Director of Field Threat Engineering, ReversingLabs | LinkedIn
About the Series: In each episode of our application security series we will deconstruct, analyze, and expose hidden risks inside some of the largest most complex software packages using the ReversingLabs Software Supply Chain Security platform.
App Sec and Dev Teams will see our Software Supply Chain Security platform in action and how it provides teams with new found confidence and the ability to make Go/No Go software release decisions based on the most comprehensive view of software risk in the industry.