About
Bad actors have recognized the power of open source and are now beginning to create their own attack opportunities. This new form of assault, where OSS project credentials are compromised and malicious code is intentionally injected into open source libraries, allows hackers to poison the well.

In this webinar, Maury Cupitt will explain how both security and developers must work together to stop this trend–or else risk losing the entire open source ecosystem.

At the end of this session you’ll understand how to:

- Analyze and detail the events leading to today’s “all-out” attack on the OSS industry
- Define what the future of open source looks like in today’s new normal
- Outline how developers can step into the role of security in order to both protect themselves and the millions of people depending on them

When
Thu, Jan 20, 2022 · 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada) (GMT -8:00)
Presenter
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Maury Cupitt
Director of Sales Engineering
Maury Cupitt has spent the last 20+ years in enterprise software working with early-stage startups and large enterprises to help position the value of their technology and make customers successful. He's worked at Netscape, AvantGo, Tasktop, CA Technologies, and BlueStripe working with customers to solve challenges and advise on strategic solutions. Maury has an entrepreneurial spirit, enjoys wearing many hats, and has a passion for making software work better. Outside of software, Maury has worked on Broadway, is a pilot, enjoys amateur radio, tinkers with Raspberry Pis, teaches shooting sports, and loves DIY projects at home.
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