Protecting Against Next-Gen Software Supply Chain Attacks
Ax Sharma, Developer Advocate, Sonatype
Michelly Dufty, Senior Vice President, Sonatype
Legacy software supply chain exploits, like the Struts incident at Equifax, prey on publicly disclosed open source vulnerabilities left unpatched in the wild. Conversely, next-generation software supply chain attacks are far more sinister because bad actors aren’t waiting for public vulnerability disclosures. Instead, they’re actively injecting malicious code into open source projects that feed the global supply chain. Join us to learn how your organization can proactively protect itself against software supply chain attacks.
The Next Generation of Cyber Security: Autonomous Cyber AI
Justin Fier, Director of Threat Intelligence and Analytics, Darktrace
Darktrace’s Director of Threat Intelligence and Analytics Justin Fier knows our digital environments and workforces are more dynamic than ever. To navigate risks and challenges that digital innovation brings, he says organizations can rethink their security approaches by turning to new technologies like AI to achieve much-needed adaptability and resilience. Join us to hear how they’re helping to protect workforces and data by detecting, investigating and responding to cyber-threats in real time.