Buyers Guide: Securing Your Software Supply Chain

It seems like all software security solutions are supply chain security solutions these days. This version of the Buyers Guide can help you separate the wheat from the chaff by providing an overview of solutions that claim to:

  • Secure the import process, whereby third party code is imported into the organization.
  • Secure the build process, whereby open source dependencies are built from source code.
  • Secure the deployment process, whereby approved software/ components are made available to customers and users.

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Dana Crane – Product Marketing Manager, ActiveState

Dana is an experienced Product Marketer and Product Manager with a demonstrated history of success in the computer software industry, with strong skills in Product Lifecycle Management, Pragmatic Marketing methods, Enterprise Software, Software as a Service (SaaS), Agile Methodologies, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and Go-to-market Strategy.

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Dustin Ingram, Fellow at the Python Software Foundation (PSF), joins us to discuss trust and security for PyPI and other repositories in light of recent supply chain attacks, and steps being taken to secure the open source ecosystem.

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