5 Ways to Protect Your Open-Source Code from Software Supply Chain Attacks


  • DigiCert

About This Webinar

The reliance of development teams on open-source components is undeniable. It helps organizations get their software solutions to market sooner and free their engineers to focus on building intellectual property instead of "plumbing".

Open-source projects are also an attack vector when bad actors compromise the open-source by injecting malware or developers unknowingly include releases with exploitable vulnerabilities.

Join Dave Roche, Director of Software Trust at DigiCert, as he shares the 5 best habits for securing your software supply chain from vulnerable or malicious open-source code.

  1. Scott Bekker

    Host Scott Bekker Webinar Moderator ActualTech Media

  2. Dave Roche

    Featuring Dave Roche Director of Software Trust DigiCert

What You'll Learn

  1. Novel software supply chain attacks
  2. Getting visibility of the components in your software
  3. Spotting and prioritizing vulnerabilities
  4. Taming code signing without hampering innovation