Business Risk Insights: Preventing the Hazardous Use of Open Source Code Software

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Today, 80% of all software code today is open source That is software that was written by one individual but that is freely (or not so freely) available for use by other individuals. Open source code has major advantages and many companies would struggle to develop software successfully without it. However, it also presents three very significant risks.

In this video, Paul Adam’s CEO of EverEdge shares insights into what these risks are and how companies can prevent them.

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