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Preventing Software Supply Chain Attacks in the SDLC


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Sponsored by RED HAT and Anchore


Are software supply chain attacks on the rise, or are we just starting to notice? Threat actors are targeting software developers and suppliers to infiltrate the software development life cycle (SDLC) at all stages and distribute malware to victims globally—and they are getting better at it. But all hope is not lost! 

In this webinar, we will take a deep dive into some of the different software supply chain attack methods and focus on how you can use existing tools and frameworks, such as supply chain levels for software artifacts (SLSA), to better understand and secure your software supply chain. We will focus on build systems including CI/CD pipelines, open source dependencies and releasing or deploying software in your environment.

You'll learn:

  • The current state of software supply chain attacks
  • How to detect and defeat the different types of attacks, including registry poisoning, typosquatting, malicious commits and compromised build systems
  • SBOMs and their role in securing the software supply chain
  • How to use the SLSA framework to secure the SDLC
Josh Bressers
VP of Security - Anchore
Josh Bressers is the Vice President of Security at Anchore. Josh has helped build and manage product security teams for open source projects as well as several organizations. His experience includes managing software supply chains, vulnerabilities, security development life cycles, DevSecOps, security product management, security strategy and nearly any other task that falls under the security umbrella. Josh co-hosts the Open Source Security Podcast and the Hacker History Podcast. He also is the co-founder of the Universal Vulnerability Identifiers project to bring vulnerability identification into the modern age.

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