As Chris Hughes explains, the recent U.S. government response to increased software supply chain attacks will force the cybersecurity industry to innovate.
In Episode 24, Pablo evaluates a recent case with malicious code on an open source development platform and questions whether or not these platforms are truly secure.
As the open source ecosystem has evolved, the Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) has caused a shift in the security market.
There’s no such thing as bad data, Pablo Moreno argues, but it’s up to humans to govern AI-generated output to drive long-term data value
The Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) increases transparency and is expected to become an integral part of the software industry. Bill Doerrfeld explains why, and what organizations must do about it.
With open source at the core of modern technology, abilities to identify and remediate vulnerabilities are becoming increasingly critical.
In the latest Data Revolution Minute, Ep. 21, Pablo dives into the new collaboration project between Snowflake and Anaconda: SnowPark.
From supply chain software to workforce changes, future cybersecurity trends require closer looks by companies looking to make their systems more resilient.
Data efficiency and cost-effectiveness offer great advantages to non-profit organizations. Here’s why.
Freely accessible software is everywhere, continues to grow, and keeps contributing technological progress in our everyday lives and economies.
In this Cybersecurity Minute, Chris talks about efforts being made to improve open-source software security by OpenSSF.
Software built nowadays leverages open-source software, which alleviates the need to rebuild something that already exists.