Knowing what’s in your open source software, whether you’re a consumer or producer, can help you manage security risks in your supply chain
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The vast majority of today’s applications are made up of open source components. The 2021 “Open Source Security and Risk Analysis” (OSSRA) report, conducted by the Synopsys Cybersecurity Research Center (CyRC), found that 75% of the 1,500+ codebases analyzed were composed of open source.
Ransomware prevention measures such as securing your applications can help you avoid becoming the next target.
Synopsys can measure the maturity of security activities within an open source management framework in compliance with the OpenChain standard and ISO/IEC 5230:2020.
As the use of open source has grown, so has the number of vulnerabilities. Uncover the latest findings from the 2021 OSSRA report.
How can you successfully navigate open source license compliance? Start with the right tools to identify your dependences and calculate their risks.
In this AppSec Decoded interview, we discuss the security and legal risks companies face when open source security vulnerabilities are ignored.
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Developer communities like Stack Overflow are a great resource for your open source projects, but proper due diligence is required to manage compliance risks.