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Fireside Chat | State of Software Security: The Costly Risks of Open Source Code

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Software today is rarely completely made of first-party code, and is more often “assembled” from other sources. This reusable code and functionality that developers have become more reliant on also comes with reusable vulnerabilities, and this open-source foundation most apps are now built upon is not like a solid, cement house foundation, but more like a shifting pile of gravel and sand. These libraries are in a constant state of flux, including their security status.
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Fireside Chat | State of Software Security: The Costly Risks of Open Source Code
Fireside Chat | State of Software Security: The Costly Risks of Open Source Code
Tom Smith is a Solution Architect and keen technologist with over 12 year’s of industry experience delivering security consultancy across a wide range of industry verticals. Tom saw the DevOps movement as an unmistakable sign that the industry was evolving with traditional security technologies and methods being left behind. He turned to application and cloud security to further his goal of spreading the benefits of DevSecOps.
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