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What’s on the Horizon for the Software Supply Chain?


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Sponsored by REVENERA

Wednesday, October 27, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Open source and third-party component use is growing. The number of “hands,” pieces and parts that contribute to the life of an application is also increasing. Anything that goes into your code and anyone contributing to it is a link in the supply chain. Your software supply chain risk is inherited from your dependencies. Lack of control and awareness of exactly what’s in your code and where/who it comes from creates the possibility for security vulnerabilities and license compliance risk anywhere in the development life cycle.

Given the increasing complexity of the software supply chain, regulations are popping up worldwide: PCI Secure SW Standards, EU Secure Supply Chain for IoT, European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, OpenChain and the U.S. federal government’s cybersecurity executive order, to name a few.
What does it all mean and where is it headed?

In this webinar, join Alex Rybak, Director of Product Management at Revenera, as he uncovers:

  • A summary of the current and future state of the software supply chain
  • Regulations impacting security and software development teams
  • Reactions and misnomers to supply chain security and industry regulations
  • Steps development and security teams can take to identify, manage and monitor their software supply chain
Alex Rybak
Director, Product Management - Revenera
As the director of product management at Revenera, Alex is responsible for all aspects of product definition, roadmap and management for our software composition analysis solutions, including both current and next-generation products. He has been with Revenera (formerly Palamida) since 2006 and has worked in a number of roles that run the gamut from professional services, technical support, pre-sales support, solutions engineering and product management. Prior to Revenera, Alex spent seven years at Selectica in various roles including professional services, pre-sales support and solutions engineering.

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