Best Practices for Managing (and Supercharging) Your Software Supply Chain

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Brian Fox (Sonatype), featured speaker Janet Worthington (Forrester), and Jonathan Meadows (Citi, OpenSSF)

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Best Practices for Managing (and Supercharging) Your Software Supply Chain: Featuring Case Studies from DevSecOps Leaders While the debate continues about whether software supply chain management should be a maintainer or an enterprise consumer problem to solve, that doesn’t change the fact that enterprises have been plagued by software supply chain attacks - a 650% increase over last year. As the threat landscape evolves, and regulation ramps up, how can enterprises address this risk? At this webinar, you will learn the latest research related to software supply chain management, as well as hear best practices from experts on the front lines of DevSecOps. This webinar will cover: - How peer organizations are addressing the challenge of software supply chain management - Strategies for effectively balancing the needs of various functional stakeholders, including development, security, operations and legal - Metrics used to measure and demonstrate success to organizational leadership Have questions for the presenters? Email us at!
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Sonatype is the software supply chain management company. We empower developers and security professionals with intelligent tools to innovate more securely at scale. Our platform addresses every element of an organization’s entire software development life cycle, including third-party open source code, first-party source code, infrastructure as code, and containerized code. Sonatype identifies critical security vulnerabilities and code quality issues and reports results directly to developers when they can most effectively fix them. This helps organizations develop consistently high-quality, secure software which fully meets their business needs and those of their end-customers and partners. More than 2,000 organizations, including 70% of the Fortune 100, and 15 million software developers already rely on our tools and guidance to help them deliver and maintain exceptional and secure software.