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The Trials & Tribulations of Component Security: Are Organizations at Risk?

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Of organizations using third party components in their applications, only 52% update those components when a new security vulnerability becomes public.

More than ever, IT organizations are relying on third-party code, as it allows them to leverage features and functionality that already exists. However, these organizations need to inventory and manage these components in order to ensure visibility into potential security risk exposure. 
Security reviews also need to be a key part of initial development and procurement processes. Breaches in third-party code, compliance with customer requirements and regulations are all increasing the need for strong third-party code to be secure. 

In this webinar we will explore how organizations can best take on open source risk and elaborate on findings from a recently published Vanson Bourne study with input from 400 applications.

Key takeaways:

  • How IT organizations are approaching DevOps and security’s role within this new paradigm
  • Detailed insights into the level of usage of open source components 
  • The latest trends and practices around application inventory management


Mark Curphey

Founder and CEO, SourceClear

    Michael Hill

    Deputy Editor , Infosecurity Magazine

    Raef  Meeuwisse

    CISM, CISA, Author of Cybersecurity for Beginners

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