Easily Stop Malware, Before Your Company Becomes Liable (and Broke)

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Brian Fox and Tara Flynn Condon

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Governments around the world are making secure software development a CEO’s problem. Proposed regulations like the EU Cyber Resilience Act and the just released National Cybersecurity Strategy in the United States, are calling for landmark actions to be taken by organizations. The White House, specifically, calls for cybersecurity liability and holding software providers responsible for insecure products released to consumers. Meaning, it’s now an organizational imperative at the highest level to get serious about securing your software supply chain from the very beginning. The United States is the first to call for liability, but other countries are not far behind. If government oversight isn’t enough, consider the average cost of a data breach is an astounding $4.35 million. With today’s economic uncertainties, you simply can’t afford not to acknowledge there is an organizational responsibility to secure your software from phase 0. Join Sonatype’s CTO Brian Fox, to discuss the current economic and political climate, that makes blocking malware from the start a mission-critical need for any organization that creates software.

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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.