The software supply chain is a critical battleground for application security, with 96% of modern application code relying on open-source components. The Log4Shell vulnerability in Apache's Log4j software library exposed the far-reaching impact of these exploits. Urging proactive action, it highlights the importance of software supply chain security (SSCS).

In Omdia's comprehensive research report you’ll:

  • Discover how to address software supply chain security (SSCS) challenges  
  • Gain insights and best practices to fortify your applications against emerging threats 
  • Learn about the adoption rate of essential tools in the application security testing arena. 
  • Safeguard your valuable assets and ensure the integrity of your software supply chain

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Why Securing the Software Supply Chain Is Critical

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"Published and publicly available APIs are the 'tip of the iceberg': They represent a minority (sometimes as little as 15%) of the APIs produced by an organization. Most of the API attack surface consists of APIs used by web and mobile applications, API-to-API traffic (such as microservice traffic), and APIs exposed to employees or partners."

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