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Applying the 2022 OSSRA Findings to Software Supply Chain Risk Management

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Tuesday, May 17, 2022
1 p.m. ET

According to the 2022 Open Source Security and Risk Analysis (OSSRA) report, the overwhelming majority of software development organizations are leveraging open source to build their applications. However, the scale of use creates a growing management challenge. While development and risk management teams scramble to patch vulnerabilities, decipher complex license terms governing obligations associated with the use of each open source component and stay up to date with component versions, another consideration begs attention: How does this open source risk affect my software supply chain?

Join us as we discuss:

  • What a software supply chain looks like
  • How open source introduces risk to a software supply chain
  • Applying the OSSRA findings to reduce your software supply chain risk
Mike McGuire
Security Solutions Manager, Synopsys Software Integrity Group
Mike McGuire is a product marketing manager at Synopsys where he is focused mainly on the Black Duck software composition analysis tools and audit services. After beginning his career as a software engineer, Mike transitioned into product management and marketing roles, as he enjoyed interfacing with the buyers and users of the products he worked on. Leveraging several years of development experience, Mike enjoys connecting the market’s complex AppSec problems with Synopsys’ comprehensive solutions.

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