Sweden’s NATO Application: Impact on Supply Chain Risk and Resilience
Massive exploits such as the recent Log4j/Log4shell vulnerability are a sign that open source software best practices are still evolving. Furthermore, the risk of mismanaging — or worse, ignoring — open source vulnerabilities is only becoming greater.

As the robust use of open source software and software supply chains remains here to stay, this executive roundtable addresses how you can deal with the risks they pose, while ensuring both remain safe to use.

Attendees will discuss how to more proactively protect enterprise networks, lock down open source software and secure software supply chains, as well as the impact of greater government focus, including backing for such concepts as the software bill of materials, or SBOM.

Discussion topics will include:

  • From the $10 billion in commercial losses due to NotPetya, to the more recent problems with Log4j, what have we learned from headline incidents concerning supply chain vulnerabilities?
  • Looking across different organizations and sectors: where are the biggest gaps in software supply chain security in organizations today, not least in Sweden?
  • Joining NATO: What could be the impact on supply chains and resilience, and how does your cyber risk evolve now?
Mathew  Schwartz
Mathew Schwartz
Executive Editor

Ilkka Turunen
Ilkka Turunen
Field CTO

September 6, 2022 | 06:00 - 08:30 pm CEST | Hotel Villa Dagmar

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September 6, 2022 | 06:00 - 08:30 pm CEST

Sweden’s NATO Application: Impact on Supply Chain Risk and Resilience