Navigating Your Software Supply Chain Journey: 5 Stages to Success
2023 has seen twice as many software supply chain attacks as the past three years combined. Now is the time for organizations to have a clear roadmap to protect against threats in 2024 and beyond.
Vulnerabilities in the codebase are often the surface level that every company thinks about when it comes to security, but your software supply chain needs more than surface level attention. Learn from our experts as they tackle these hard topics to help you minimize risk beyond just vulnerabilities and eliminate threats across the entire SDLC.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss these emerging threats, as well as the tools and processes you can put in place today. Building on our “Journey to Software Supply Chain Security” eBook, you’ll get practical information that can support your security strategy, whether you’re on your first step of your journey or well down the path.
- The emerging threats inherent to software supply chain security
- The state of software supply chain security in 2023
- How to think about securing the software supply chain in 5 stages, from Complete Anarchy to Nirvana
- Traditional AppSec tools, and where they fit in
- Technical demo: How ActiveState can help secure your open source supply chain
Prioritize the right things for your software supply chain security in 2024. Plus, register and get our free eBook to begin your journey!
Date/Time: Thurs. Dec. 7, 10am PT / 1pm ET
Nicole Schwartz, Security Product Manager, ActiveState
Nicole Schwartz speaks about Information Security, DevSecOps, Agile, and DEI. She is currently a Product Manager at ActiveState, Chief Operating Officer for The Diana Initiative, an organizer for the SkyTalks village at DEF CON. She holds a Master of Science in Information Technology from Clarkson University and can be found at @CircuitSwan.
Dana Crane, Product Marketing Manager, ActiveState
With 25+ years in the software industry, Dana has both crossed and fallen into the chasm as a Product Marketer and Product Manager. When not playing basketball or writing blogs, his time is split between making products easier to use and easier to understand.