TOP TIPS: Defending Your Software Supply Chain

Published by JFrog

Experience has taught us all that every system everywhere is either under attack or at least could be. Software applications are one of the primary attack vectors for security breaches. Mitigating these risks requires software engineering teams to integrate security into the SDLC by adopting end-to-end developer-centric application security tools.

Attacks keep on coming, and they are successful because it is hard to defend against them. But you can make yourself a lot safer if you follow certain best practices.

Discover the 10 top measures you can take to protect your own development supply chain including:

  • Curate you open source packages before they enter your organization
  • Implement a shift-left strategy
  • Don’t just scan for known vulnerabilities

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