3 Software Supply Chain Security Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them
The SolarWinds attack in December 2020 put software supply chain security on the radar of many organizations, and new threats have been rapidly multiplying ever since. But surveys show that 71% of security professionals have misconceptions about what effective software supply chain security entails and have yet to fully adopt a modern approach to securing it despite evidence that traditional AppSec tools and methodologies are no longer sufficient.
Join Liav Caspi (CTO at Legit Security) and John Tierney (Field CTO at Legit Security) as they reveal the 3 most common software supply chain security pitfalls and how to avoid them so you can:
- Protect your business beyond 3rd-party and open-source dependencies
- Prevent malicious injections into source code and development pipeline
- Secure build systems as robustly as production system
- Avoid attacks by taking a holistic approach to software supply chain security.
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