Upcoming Live Discussion: Three Steps to Preventing Software Supply Chain Attacks

Tuesday, December 7, 2021 1:00 PM ET / 10:00 AM PT

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On Tuesday, December 7, 2021, BluBracket will be leading a live webinar about the relationship between code security and software supply chain attacks. You are invited to listen in and speak as a panelist while BluBracket’s own Maurice Evans and Pan Kamal lead the discussion.

The topic of conversation:

Software supply chain attacks have become a boardroom topic as organizations grapple with growing cyberattacks and skyrocketing costs of remediation. The pressure to accelerate digital transformation is adding fuel to the fire with the adoption of DevOps solutions to help software developers turn out new applications and feature updates at a breakneck speed. 

The rush to increase the velocity of software delivery continues to stretch application security resources. AppSec teams are struggling to deploy security tools that apply to different stages of the CI/CD pipeline, however deriving a unified view of risk to code security still remains a challenge.

Developers and security professionals can benefit from this discussion and hear from DevSecOps experts on how leading organizations are utilizing new techniques to identify and mitigate vulnerabilities and risks earlier in the development cycle while continuously protecting the entire CI/CD pipeline without slowing down the process.

Key takeaways:

  • Learn how to identify secrets in code and ways to mitigate the risk associated with them.
  • Uncover new techniques that help developers and organizations monitor and protect their code in all repositories, internal and external. 
  • Discover how security automation can augment existing AppSec programs by integrating with existing developer workflows.

Discussion Leaders:

Pan Kamal: Cybersecurity Evangelist, BluBracket, Inc.

Nick Orefice: Sr. Sales Engineer, BluBracket, Inc.

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