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How to monitor your open source apps for security threats

“Too many libraries were being downloaded and used. There was no tracking or monitoring of component or library consumption. Anyone could download, leaving no clues as to which libraries were being used, or where.”

Does this sound anything like open source software usage at your organization? You could be letting countless security and licensing threats and issues into your applications and data.

Take a look at this case study to learn how Endress+Hauser, a process automation company, worked with Sonatype to monitor application health for apps built with open source software.

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