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Hidden Risks of Using Open Source Software


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With each passing year, open source software use increases. But this trend does not come without a price. Modern software's heavy reliance on open source components created space for exploitation by malicious actors. New threats are challenging to detect and to protect against. This session should arm you with knowledge about the risks and practical countermeasures you can take to avoid becoming a victim.

Maciej Mensfeld
Senior Product Manager - WhiteSource
Maciej joined WhiteSource through the acquisition of his Supply Chain Security company "Diffend", and now holds the title of Senior Product Manager for Supply Chain Security. Prior to WhiteSource, Maciej was the lead software architect at Castle.io. He has experience in a wide variety of business applications built using multiple Ruby frameworks. He is particularly interested in code quality and Ruby-based applications' security. He is active OSS contributor and maintainer of various projects including Karafka, dry-rb libraries and Bundler-Security project.

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