How should you track open source? It’s almost definitely in your codebase, so the question is not whether to track it but what could happen if you don’t.
Technical due diligence on the target’s SDLC is a must for acquirers in software M&A. What you don’t know about their process and tools could hurt you.
Black Duck is among platforms that lead the pack, cited for “very strong policy management and SDLC integrations and strong proactive vulnerability management.”
SCA tools are an essential part of your AppSec toolkit, because free and open source software—just like free puppies—comes with hidden costs and risks.
Hacking Security is a monthly podcast on emerging trends in application security. Episode 3 explores key findings from the 2018 OSSRA report.
In the Synopsys Software Integrity Group, we test all our products against one another—turning our security into a force multiplier for our customers’ security.
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The EventStream incident shows just how easily attackers can infiltrate the open source software supply chain by adding a malicious dependency to a trusted component.
The prevalence of open source is a potential M&A risk, as buyers are often not aware that more than 50% of the code they acquire is made up of open source.
Open source is the foundation of most modern applications. However, left untracked, open source can put containerized applications at risk of known vulnerabilities such as Heartbleed and CVE-2017-5638 found in Apache Struts.
Interactive application security testing (IAST) and software composition analysis (SCA) are powerful technologies—and you need both in your security toolkit.
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