Threat Actors Want Access to Your SDLC -- Here's How to Secure Them

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Mandeep Singh (Sonatype), Tim Vrablik (Sonatype)

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Bad actors are increasingly finding new ways to disrupt the software development supply chain. Whether via dependency confusion, typosquatting, or malicious code injections, attacks on the software supply chain increased 633% over the prior year, with the average cost of a data breach being $4.35 million. Worst of all, many organizations believe they can eliminate these attacks by waiting to scan software before it enters staging / production, when in many cases that is too late. How can development teams protect their pipelines from these attacks without blowing up their toolchain or slowing the pace of innovation required to remain competitive? Join this webinar to learn about the most common types of supply chain attacks, and how Repository Firewall is not only your first line of defense but is the easiest solution to securing your supply chain and artifact repositories. Learnings: - Trends and impact of malicious software supply chain attacks - How DevSecOps can improve security without negatively impacting developer productivity - See how Repository Firewall can protect your software supply chain and integrate with your existing toolset
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