The Need for Leading-Edge Software Supply Chain Security

A Q&A Between SolarWinds and IDC

Publish Date: 2/24/2023

The security of the software supply chain is fundamental to ensuring the fortification of modern applications. Unfortunately, supply chain attacks can go undetected and exponentially impact software producers and consumers.

In this Q&A with Research Vice President Jim Mercer and Senior Research Analyst Katie Norton from IDC’s DevOps and DevSecOps research practices, we drill down into what you need to know about software supply chain security, including what it is, the current state of the supply chain, and how organizations can get started addressing supply chain security.

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