How To Be Prepared Against Evolving Software Supply Chain Attacks
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September 22, 2022, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
Panel: How To Be Prepared Against Evolving Software Supply Chain Attacks
Combating modern-day software supply chain attacks is significantly more complicated than in the past. Adversaries are getting craftier and are no longer waiting to exploit publicly disclosed vulnerabilities to launch a cyberattack. By shifting their focus “upstream,” adversaries can infect a single open source component, which will then be distributed “downstream” using legitimate software workflows and update mechanisms. With the right tools, management, and embedded security across the entire development process, many of the risks that come from open source software can be easily addressed.
Join our panel of experts as they discuss best practices to protect against evolving software supply chain attacks and emerging threats to your open source environment.
Senior Application Developer and DevOps Engineer, National Museum of African American History and Culture, Smithsonian Institution
Director, ICAM Shared Services Division, Office of the Chief Information Security Officer, U.S. General Services Administration
Dr. Tiina Rodrigue
Chief Information Security Officer, Office of Technology and Innovation, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Federal Reserve System
Director, Information Assurance Services and Chief Information Security Officer Information Assurance Services, Office of the Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department of Education
Dr. Stephen Magill
Vice President of Product Innovation, Sonatype
Moderator: Kiersten Patton
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