Thwarting Upstream Code Flaws From Reaching the Supply Chain

Thwarting Upstream Code Flaws From Reaching the Supply Chain

June 7, 2021 • Caitlin Mattingly

This week we welcome back to the show Lindsay Kaye, director of operational outcomes with Recorded Future’s Insikt Group. We’ll discuss their recently published report, titled “Bad Code: Upstream Code Flaws Have Far-Reaching Consequences.” The report highlights some of the often-overlooked ways in which code can be compromised. Lindsay takes us through specific examples from the report, and provides her expertise on how to best protect your organization’s supply chain from them.

This podcast was produced in partnership with the CyberWire.

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