Don’t Let Third-Party Vulnerabilities Run Wild

You’re leaving up to 90% of what you run exposed to threats. Today’s software and applications are predominantly built with third-party components. It isn’t enough to analyze your own code–your SCA tools need to also consider any third-party components used by your offering and services.

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And you also need tools that can assess and analyze what you’re running live, whether in production or in staging/test environments that satisfy your security and compliance teams. It’s not enough to shift security left, you need the ability to know how third-party components impact risk and remediate those without the associated costs.

Join us for this special session with MergeBase CTO and CO-Founder, Julius Musseau, who created a platform that focuses on runtime analysis, risk identification and remediation. 

You’ll learn:

  • How to ensure your DevOps and DevSecOps teams are equipped with the tools they need to identify new threats
  • How to integrate remediation tools and processes that consider your entire CI/CD pipeline and code in production
  • How to develop and implement a complete and accurate software bill of materials (SBOM) process for your code and third-party software
  • How to apply a mechanism for obtaining detailed reports on risk and suppression

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