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The State of Open Source Security in DevSecOps Pipelines: A Panel Discussion


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Sponsored by snyk

Tuesday, June 30, 2020
11 am EDT
Snyk’s annual State of Open Source Security Report 2020 is here and it is no surprise to find that the open source ecosystem grew by 110%, spanning over 1.3m packages. As development ecosystems grow increasingly dependent upon third-party libraries and packages – how well is open source security keeping up?

In this DevSecOps panel, Snyk is teaming up with Docker to discuss the recent findings in the State of Open Source Security Report 2020 and key takeaways to improve open source security throughout the delivery pipeline. Tune in to learn more about the real-world project impacts of the most commonly discovered vulnerabilities, security challenges in container infrastructure, and cultural shifts in DevSecOps organizations.

Key findings include:

  • Almost 40% of organizations have no automated security testing capabilities
  • 47% of organizations have not implemented programs to increase collaboration between development and security teams
  • Only 1/3 of open source vulnerabilities are fixed under 20 days
Application Security advocate - Snyk
Alyssa Miller is ahacker, security evangelist, cybersecurity professional and public speaker with almost 15 years of experience in the security industry.
Justin Cormack
Security Lead - Docker, Inc
Justin Cormack is the Security Lead at Docker. He has worked in the systems space, including security, unikernels, containers, operating systems and isolation for many years. He is based in Cambridge, UK, where the Risc-V community is strong.
Ilan Rabinovitch
VP Product & Community - Datadog
VP Product & Community - Datadog VP Product & Community - DatadogVP Product & Community - Datadog

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