How the evolution of software supply chain attacks can help you plan for 2023 success.
Join Sonatype's Konstantinos Kiourtsis and Adaptavist's Zbysek Mraz as they reveal the most interesting (and surprising!) findings from this year's Sonatype State of the Software Supply Chain report that will help you shape your 2023 strategy.
The last report taught us that;
- The top four open-source ecosystems contain a combined 37,451,682 components and packages.
- They are creating daily battles and risks for 27million developers worldwide.
Has this changed in the last year, and have we, as an industry, learnt from the warnings and losses that Log4j had posed us?
In its eighth year, Sonatype's State of the Software Supply Chain report blends a broad set of public and proprietary data to reveal important findings about open source and its increasingly important role in digital innovation.
Konstantinos and Zbysek have reviewed the report and have picked out four key trends for the future of open-source, including practical steps you can take today to protect yourself and your organisation in 2023.
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Konstantinos is an accomplished Security Professional with 8+ years of experience as a trusted adviser in the Information Security industry. He supports all aspects of sales activities and sales channel development for the company's products and services.
Zbysek is a Cloud Engineer at Adaptavist. A certified AWS Solutions Architect with deep Linux systems knowledge and extensive network design, implementation and security hardening knowledge in all aspects of the OSI model, including securing cloud-based applications and web API services. Zbysek enables teams by making and maintaining security-hardened infrastructure modules, ensuring IDS/IPS features are in place while being ISO/SOC frameworks compliant.