More than ever, development groups are relying heavily on open source libraries to provide a rich feature set that can’t be built from scratch in a reasonable time. We recently conducted a survey of developers that found that 93 percent of respondents use commercial and/or open source components. At the same time, Veracode’s most recent scan data found that a whopping 88% of Java applications had at least one flaw in a component.
How can we keep innovating quickly without introducing vulnerabilities into our code base? The solution is multi-faceted – part education, part technology, part process change.
Join us for our Virtual Summit, The Open Source Library Conundrum: Managing Your Risk, as we dig into all the pieces of this solution. We’re gathering experts from across our organization to provide a variety of advice and perspectives on this complicated issue. Take part in the summit to get details on:
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