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Is Untested Third-Party Code Threatening Your Business?

Is Untested Third-Party Code Threatening Your Business?

Date: Thursday, June 23, 2011
Time: 10:00 am PT / 1:00 pm ET

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The recently released Forrester Consulting Software Integrity Risk Report reveals that 56% of third-party code is untested for quality and security in development — an alarming statistic given that over 90% of you are using third party code.

Join this live webcast presented by Chenxi Wang from Forrester Research who will reveal the key findings of the study and specific steps you can take to reduce the risk of these threats to your business.

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Featured Speakers:

Chenxi Wang, Ph.D.  — Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research

Kristin Brennan  — Senior Product Marketing Manager, Coverity

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