Why Binary Scanning Is Critical For Securing Your Software Supply Chain

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Aired live: October 02, 2018 11:00 AM EDT

Cybersecurity threats are becoming increasingly prominent in embedded applications including automotive, medical, industrial, aerospace and defense. Securing these systems has become difficult due to dramatic increases in software complexity, often driven by a multi-tiered supply chain as well as a lack of established standards between component providers. Static Application Security Testing (SAST) is growing as a mechanism to improve security but can often be limited because of solutions requiring access to source code.

Join BlackBerry, the Gold Standard in cybersecurity for mission-critical applications, to explore the merits of binary scanning and learn about:
  • Specific challenges in securing a complex software supply chain
  • The unique benefits of binary static analysis in tackling such challenges
  • A new flexible and powerful approach known as “binary application exploration”
  • How to build a measurable software product security strategy

Adam Boulton, Chief Technology Officer, BlackBerry Technology Solutions
Ken Obuszewski, Sales Director, BlackBerry Jarvis

Brandon Lewis, OpenSystems Media
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