Feb. 18, 2021 | 2:30 - 4:00 PM CST
When source code was developed solely inhouse, organizations were able to manage the risk associated with vulnerabilities in their codebases more effectively. Now that developers are likely implanting open source components and 3rd-party libraries into custom applications, what does this mean for enterprise security standards, strategy, and processes, especially in the context of modern development approaches like DevOps? Today, open source packages may no longer be well maintained, legacy projects with vast amounts of dependencies exist, open source exploitability is ever increasing, and new hacking techniques are greatly expanding the enterprise threat landscape. So, what strategies are enterprises evolving and implementing to adequately manage their risks in light of open source becoming part of their software applications?
Join this session to hear from your industry peers about their approach to managing the evolving risk, while sharing your thoughts and concerns with others who are dealing with similar issues.