Software Supply Chain Security
7 rules for protecting your components and pipelines from attack
Software supply chains are core to building and delivering cloud-native applications. They contain software components like open source packages and infrastructure as code (IaC) templates, as well as underlying delivery pipelines such as version control systems (VCS) and continuous integration / continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines.
Because they have direct access to proprietary code and are just a few pivots away from sensitive data, securing them is crucial. Recent software supply chain attacks have highlighted this fact, and Gartner predicts that “by 2025, 45% of organizations worldwide will have experienced attacks on their software supply chains.”
As the software components and delivery pipelines that comprise supply chains get more complex, so do the requirements for securing them. This checklist breaks down the components of supply chains to identify, prioritize, and address risks faster and prevent supply chain security attacks.
Download the checklist to learn:
- Security best practices to apply across your software supply chain
- Common security risks at each layer of software supply chains
- Rules for securing each software supply chain component and delivery pipeline
- And more!