Software Composition Analysis (SCA) is used by developers to identify dependencies or components of applications, which may have been built using Open Source and/or proprietary libraries. SCA is essentially a form of Application Security Testing (AST) to find the underlying licensing issues and/or security vulnerabilities in applications.
In this session, we’ll revisit Software Composition Analysis as a way to discover and manage security and licensing risks. We’ll also share checklist for conducting due diligence to mitigate such risks. Click here to view Summary and Register for Event.