Feb. 7, 2024, 1 p.m. | carolynn.vanarsdale@reversinglabs.com (Carolynn van Arsdale)

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With major software supply chain attacks including the SunBurst attack on SolarWinds in 2020 and the critical vulnerability Log4j, software security moved front and center for risk managers and software teams alike. These incidents, along with a string of other attacks that span the past few decades, show the problem is only getting worse as bad actors target an increasingly complex process for building software — and the software development toolchain itself.

The problem has accelerated dramatically in …

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