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How to Fix NPM Vulnerabilities Quickly and Painlessly


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One of the biggest pain points in managing application security—and open source security in particular—is the quick remediation of open source vulnerabilities. To address this challenge, DevSecOps tools and practices are increasingly being put in place to ensure that application security is addressed from the earliest stages of the software development life cycle.

To gain insight into accelerating remediation without slowing down the development process, we analyzed WhiteSource data on vulnerable NPM packages, one of the most widely used package ecosystems in the open source community and commercial projects.

Join us to learn about typical time frames for NPM vulnerability detection and how to find the quickest and least painful path to remediation.

Shiri Ivtsan
Director of Product - WhiteSource
Director of Product WhiteSource
Director of Product WhiteSource
Director of Product WhiteSource
Ofir Kainan
Software Engineer - WhiteSource
Software Engineer - WhiteSource
Software Engineer - WhiteSource
Software Engineer - WhiteSource

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