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How Vonage Uses SCA to Automate Open Source Security & Compliance


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Sponsored by WHITESOURCE

Tuesday, June 8, 2021
1 p.m. ET

With the growing adoption of software composition analysis (SCA), a technology that provides both developer-focused tools and governance solutions, more companies place developers, IT, security, and legal on the same page. This is the case of global cloud communications provider Vonage, which needed a SCA solution that could integrate both open source security and license compliance checks automatically throughout their SDLC.

Join this webinar as Chris Wallace, Principal Security Architect from Vonage and Brian Rogers, Channel Sales Engineer from WhiteSource discuss:

  • Best practices to manage open source risks throughout the SDLC
  • How to reduce friction between security, development and compliance teams
  • Vonage’s best tips and insights of how they gained full visibility and control regarding their open source libraries
Chris Wallace
Principal Security Architect - Vonage
Principal Security Architect - Vonage
Principal Security Architect - Vonage
Brian Rogers
Channel Sales Engineer - WhiteSource
Channel Sales Engineer - WhiteSource
Channel Sales Engineer - WhiteSource
Valentin Weidl
Strategic Partner Alliance Manager EMEA ISVs - AWS
Valentin Weidl brings over 7 years of experience in technology sales, consulting and alliances. Over the past 4 years, he has helped numerous customers with their DevOps transformations. At AWS, Valentin Weidl drives engagement and go-to-market with DevOps and DevSecOps partners in the EMEA region.

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