Brewing Security Resilience: A Coffee Talk on Software Supply Chain Security in 2024

Brewing Security Resilience: A Coffee Talk on Software Supply Chain Security in 2024

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In 2023, more than 250,000 malicious packages were published, highlighting the growing importance of Software Supply Chain Security (SSCS). Join us for a thought-provoking coffee talk on the future of SSCS, featuring esteemed speakers Jonathan Fernández, BISO at Thoughtworks, José Enrique Rodríguez Huerta, MD Codurance Spain,  and Luís Rodriguez CoFounder and CTO at Xygeni.

Event Details:

  • Date & Time: February 7th, 17:30 (GMT)
  • Location: Online
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  • Introduction: In a world witnessing an exponential increase in Software Supply Chain (SSC) attacks, our event aims to shed light on the evolving threat landscape and the imperative need for heightened security measures.
  • Understanding the Why: Delving into the motivations behind SSC attacks, our speakers will guide us on an exploration of the mindset of attackers and the strategies they employ.
  • 2024 – What to Expect: Explore the anticipated challenges and advancements in SSC security as we delve into the tactics and techniques that may shape the cybersecurity landscape in 2024.
  • Promoting a Culture of Security Awareness: Recognizing the paramount importance of a vigilant workforce, our speakers will emphasize the need for organizations to promote a culture of security awareness and continuous training.
  • Cutting-edge Tools and In-house Techniques: Discover the latest tools and in-house techniques employed to secure software supply chains, providing attendees with actionable insights to enhance their cybersecurity posture.
  • Success Stories: Drawing from impactful success stories, we will demonstrate the profound impact of effective security measures on organizational resilience.
  • Closing: Emphasis on SSCS Impact on Business Reputation & Continuity: Concluding our coffee talk, we will underscore the critical connection between Software Supply Chain Security and its profound impact on business reputation and continuity.

Meet Our Speakers:

  • Jonathan Fernández: After 14 years designing and developing software and leading teams for projects in several sectors (Submarines, defense, ID Cards, healthcare, surveillance, trading, sustainability…) Jonathan had the opportunity to deep dive into Security when he joined Thoughtworks 4 years ago. Since then he played different security roles inside the organization. Currently is the Head of Security for Thoughtworks Europe (BISO). He has special interest in Incident Handling, security awareness and organizational change.
  • José Enrique Rodríguez Huerta: Managing Director at Codurance Spain, skillfully navigates the connection between software craftsmanship and cybersecurity. By championing a holistic approach that marries high-quality development with strict security measures, he ensures software solutions are superior in quality and robust against cyber threats. With over 18 years in software development, José Enrique’s expertise in implementing robust software supply chain strategies positions him as an invaluable partner in fostering security consciousness within organisations, showcasing his ability to spearhead transformative change in the security landscape.

  • Luís Rodríguez Berzosa: Luis Rodriguez is a physicist + mathematician and CISSP. Currently co-founder and CTO at Xygeni Security. He has over 20 years of experience in software security, and participated in projects like SAST and SCA. At the present he is focused on software supply chain security.

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain insights from industry leaders! Register now and brew your resilience against future SSC challenges.

Note: Registration is free, and attendees will receive the event link closer to the date.

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