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


  • DigiCert
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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

Gain valuable insights into: 

  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