The State of Open Source Vulnerabilities Management

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Open source usage is a mainstream practice in this day and age. You simply cannot develop software in today's competitive go-to-market timelines without it. The rise in open source usage has lead to a dramatic rise in open source vulnerabilities, bringing to the fore interesting developments in open source security.

The State of Open Source Vulnerabilities Management drills down into the deeper layers of the open source phenomena.

Surveying over 650 developers from the US and Europe and collecting data from multiple data sources including the
NVD, security advisories, peer-reviewed vulnerability databases, and popular open source issue trackers, this report
brings the latest in open source security management. Our mission is to determine where we are as an industry to know
where we can go in years to come.

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