5 Best Practices to Stop Malicious Submissions in Your Development Pipeline
One of the most alarming types of software supply chain attacks is malicious source code modification that stays hidden as it progresses downstream in the development pipeline to create a backdoor for future malicious activities. Despite this common attack objective, the specific techniques bad actors use to access, submit, and/or modify source code varies, requiring AppSec and DevSecOps teams to address a wide range of risk mitigation measures to protect their businesses.
In this webinar, you will learn the latest best practices to:
- Prevent malicious source code modification by external and internal threats
- Stop maliciously modified source code from causing further downstream damage in your development pipelines
- Protect popular source code management (SCM) systems like GitHub, GitLab and BitBucket
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