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Protecting your Software Teams from Software Supply Chain Attacks.

June 12 @ 12:00 - 13:30

Cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated in how they attack software supply chains, including the use of generative AI technology. This means that companies need to become more sophisticated in how they secure their software supply chains.
According to Gartner, attacks on software supply chains are on the rise, and by 2025, 45% of organizations worldwide are expected to experience these threats. Breaches, compromises, or vulnerabilities in the supply chain can lead to severe consequences, including regulatory fines, lawsuits, and damage to market share and brand reputation.

In this roundtable session, we will discuss the anatomy of recent software supply chain attacks and share best practices that companies should leverage to guard against these attacks.

1 – STRATEGY – What steps should you put in place to secure your software supply chain, including code signing infrastructure.
2 – RISK – What best practices should be implemented to mitigate risks in third-party software, including how to identify and address threats, vulnerabilities, and malware in third-party software, particularly open source.
3 – TRUST – How can implementing Software Bills of Materials enhance trust with customers who utilize your software products, particularly through ensuring full transparency?


TO REGISTER INTEREST IN ATTENDING – Please use the email address below and our team will be in contact.


June 12
12:00 - 13:30
Event Category:


Virtual Event, Europe
European Event,


Technology Leaders Club