The Iceberg: Your Attack Surface Just Got Bigger (How to mitigate risks in your OSS projects)Security
Tuesday February 7th, 5:10pm-5:30pm GMT
Churchill, Ground Floor
Software supply chain attacks are not a new security concern, but recent high-profile attacks such as SolarWinds, CodeCov, and Kaseya have brought the topic to the forefront of cybersecurity awareness across the globe. Supply chain attacks have not only increased in volume and frequency, but have also become more sophisticated. This trend, together with the potentially wide impact of a singular successful supply chain attack, requires maintainers to take dedicated steps to ensure the security and integrity of their projects. You will learn how to secure your CI/CD pipeline by setting up guardrails at each stage and harden your OSS projects.
Sonya is a Senior Security Advocate and a lifelong traveler who lived in the Middle-East, North Africa and Asia. Always looking for new challenges – she made a career change from International Business Consultant in Tunisia, Saudi Arabia and Singapore to Full Stack Software Engineer in South Korea to Cybersecurity in the United Kingdom.
She’s passionate about Open Source, DevSecops and Cloud Computing. She’s the founder of Epic Women in Cyber and Epic Women in Tech, two initiatives to showcase women in the tech and cyber industries. She is an ambassador for Girlcode, a GitHub Star and a Lead mentor at CAPSLOCK and CyberGirls.
Sonya is a DevSecOps/Cloud Security Advocate and a public speaker in the world tech scene. She is also a mentor for women in tech, a cybersecurity writer for FreeCodeCamp publications and an active member of the tech community in the UK.
Her motto is #GetSecure, #BeSecure & #StaySecure.