Stop Unauthorized Code: Strategies to Secure your Software Supply Chain
With 5.2 trillion lines of code written in the last 10 years, and a staggering 1 billion malware variants currently in circulation, your cybersecurity strategy must evolve to keep pace. But every 15 seconds, a company still becomes a victim of ransomware.
In this context, think about all the lines of code running across your organization. Apps, containers, scripts—even humble Excel macros. Any one of these could be concealing malware, ransomware, or zero-day exploits from your intrusion detection systems.
Discover what you can expect in this on-demand webinar.
At this webinar, you'll learn about the critical challenges and dangers associated with unauthorized code execution, as well as a simple, seamless way to protect your digital infrastructure against this growing threat.
Understanding Risks of Unauthorized Code
Rising prevalence of sophisticated malware and ransomware
The critical need for stringent code authorization policies in your operating environment
Real-world implications of running unauthorized code
Benefits of Stopping Unauthorized Code
Proactive threat prevention
Enhanced organizational security and minimized data breach risks
Reduction in the attack surface and system vulnerabilities
Practical Implementation of Stopping Unauthorized Code
Ensuring only authorized code can be executed in your runtime environment
How to apply Venafi's Stop Unauthorized Code Solution across platforms, including Windows, Linux, Kubernetes, MacOS, iOS and Android
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