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The State of Open Source Security Vulnerabilities in 2020


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Sponsored by whitesource

Thursday, April 2, 2020
1 pm ET

WhiteSource’s Annual Research Report on The State of Open Source Security Vulnerabilities in 2020 found that a record-breaking number of new open source security vulnerabilities was published in 2019. In our research, we focused on open source security’s weakest and strongest points in the hopes of bringing some clarity to the fast-paced and complex space of known open source security vulnerabilities. 

Join Jeffrey Martin, Senior Director of Product and Sharon Sharlin, Product Marketing Manager at WhiteSource as they discuss:

  • How the open source community is evolving when it comes to security research and what to expect in 2020;
  • Ways software development outfits can implement secure coding from the earliest stages of the DevOps pipeline;
  • Best practices for development, DevOps, and Security teams to make sure they address the most critical issues to their software products’ security.
Director of Product - WhiteSource
Jeff has spent the last 15 years in Product roles helping both the organizations he worked for and their customers transform and measure their business processes, Development, and QA. He especially enjoys cultural and mindset transformations for their ability to create lasting progress.  
Product Marketing Manager - WhiteSource
Sharon is responsible for mapping WhiteSource's SCA solution and ecosystem and ramping up WhiteSource's value proposition in the Application Security and SCA market. Before joining WhiteSource she held several roles in the Cyber Security and Telecommunications industries. 

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