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Preventing Code Tampering & Verifying Integrity Across Your SDLC


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Sponsored by CYCODE

Tuesday, January 26, 2021
1 p.m. ET

The SolarWinds breach underscores the importance of verifying the integrity of each phase of the development to prevent code tampering. On the surface, this means establishing the expected output from each phase of development and then confirming the output is as anticipated in the next phase. For example, if code is signed at the commit, do the files still match in the build? However, there are many additional precautions that should be taken in order to reduce the likelihood of attackers or malicious insiders gaining access to critical systems, development infrastructure and code in the first place. 

This webinar will discuss preventing code tampering across key phases of the SDLC including Development, the Build and Production. The webinar will cover

  • source code,
  • Infrastructure-as-Code,
  • source control management systems,
  • build/CI servers, and
  • production infrastructure.

Attendees will learn actional steps they can take now to harden their DevOps pipelines and increase the integrity of their SDLCs to minimize the risk of their code being tampered with.  

Ronen Slavin
Co-Founder and CTO - Cycode
Co-Founder and CTO - CycodeCo-Founder and CTO - CycodeCo-Founder and CTO - Cycode
Andrew Fife
VP of Marketing - Cycode

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