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2021 OSSRA Report: Open Source Trends, Risks and Management


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Sponsored by SYNOPSYS

Wednesday, June 9, 2021
11 a.m. ET

The 2021 Open Source Security and Risk Analysis (OSSRA) report looks at the state of open source use in over 1,500 distinct applications created by organizations in 17 industries. The use of open source continues to grow, and businesses of all sizes are now powered by open source software. If left unmanaged, open source can introduce security, quality, and license compliance risks.

Are you ready to take control of your open source? Join us for this live Synopsys webinar to get a look at our 2021 report results and learn how teams can use the data to inform their overall open source governance plans. We’ll cover:

  • Why open source governance matters
  • The latest trends in open source usage
  • Open source management strategies

Don’t miss this informative webinar. Register today:

Tim Mackey
Principal Security Strategist - Synopsys
Tim Mackey is a principal security strategist within the Synopsys CyRC (Cybersecurity Research Center). He joined Synopsys as part of the Black Duck Software acquisition where he worked to bring integrated security scanning technology to Red Hat OpenShift and the Kubernetes container orchestration platforms. As a security strategist, Tim applies his skills in distributed systems engineering, mission critical engineering, performance monitoring, large-scale data center operations, and global data privacy regulations to customer problems. He takes the lessons learned from those activities and delivers talks globally at well-known events such as RSA, Black Hat, Open Source Summit, KubeCon, OSCON, DevSecCon, DevOpsCon, Red Hat Summit, and Interop. Tim is also an O'Reilly Media published author and has been covered in publications around the globe including USA Today, Fortune, NBC News, CNN, Forbes, Dark Reading, TEISS, InfoSecurity Magazine, and The Straits Times. Follow Tim at @TimInTech on Twitter and at mackeytim on LinkedIn.

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