3 Steps to Software Supply Chain Security Success in 2023 – Thank You

3 Steps to Software Supply Chain Security Success in 2023

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The U.S. and other governments are implementing requirements for vendors to secure their software development processes. Is your organization prepared?

This webinar hosted by DevOps.com and Security Boulevard walks you through 3 steps to achieving software supply chain security, including:

  • Who is subject to software supply chain requirements?
  • How you can build security into your software pipelines to produce SBOMs and attestations
  • How you can trust the sources of code used in your software from libraries, package managers and repositories
  • Pros and cons of existing solutions
Get a Personalized Demo: Book a 30 minute session with our solutions experts to see how ActiveState helps save time, reduce risk and secure your software supply chain.

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