Developers, Developers, Developers: Three Ways How Your Software Supply Chain is Attacked

with Johannes Ullrich of SANS

Wednesday, Oct 11
Noon ET


Developers are your software supply chain. Recent attacks against Lastpass, 3CX, Solarwinds, and others have illustrated the oversized impact of attacks against developers. Several attacks are explicitly targeting developers. In this presentation, you will learn how developers are exposed to these attacks and why it is difficult to recognize and prevent them. The presentation will show how you can assist developers in maintaining the integrity of the software build process. 


Johannes Ullrich
Dr. Johannes Ullrich is the Dean of Research for SANS Technology Institute, a SANS Faculty Fellow, and founder of the Internet Storm Center (DShield.org) which provides a free analysis and warning service to thousands of Internet users and organizations. He is the host of the SANS Internet Storm Center Daily Stormcast, a daily podcast that provides a brief 5-minute summary of current network security related events, and the author of SEC546: IPv6 Essentials, co-author of SANS SEC522: Defending Web Applications Security Essentials, and can be found teaching his own courses as well as SEC503: Intrusion Detection In-Depth. 

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