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Cyber Attacks From the Open Source Perspective


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Sponsored by WHITESOURCE

Wednesday, April 28, 2021
1 p.m. ET

From SolarWind to “Dependency confusion”, 2021 will be the year of open-source supply chain attacks, with an ever-growing number of hackers leveraging the increasing use of open source during software development to distribute malicious packages and exploit known vulnerabilities. Due to recent events, the software industry gained a deeper understanding about the potential risk of supply-chain attacks.

Although this problem is complex with many aspects, solutions come faster when the problem is well-framed. In this webinar, we will suggest a simple framework to the open source vulnerability management challenge and few ways to secure your software supply chain and reduce potential risk.

Zvika Ronen
Zvika has more than 20 years of experience in the Hi-tech and telecommunication industries holding a wide range of technological roles. In his last role, he was the Technology Leader of Open Source software across all Amdocs regions and the M&A Open Source due diligence auditor.
Sam Quakenbush
Sales Engineer Manager - WhiteSource
Sam Quakenbush is a Sales Engineer Manager at WhiteSource with over 10 years of experience in development, application security, and consulting. He has traveled all over the world advising customers on how to implement a Secure Software Development Lifecycle using industry-leading application security solutions and best practices.

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