Software Supply Chain Security is a pressing concern in the evolving landscape of cyber threats, and is growing in popularity among hackers. These attacks extend beyond conventional threats the production line of your software, intent on embedding malware into the final product before it reaches end-users. Consequently, even the most minor vulnerability in the production phase can render an organization a prime target for malicious actors. To address this critical issue, our event will begin with an overview of Software Supply Chain Security and subsequently delve into the solutions Google has developed.
CNCF Ambassador & Software Supply Chain Security Enthusiast
Batuhan Apaydın a.k.a. developer-guy has been very active in Software Supply Chain Security space. He is eager to learn more about it in all aspects because he know this topic will become one of the upmost critical topics that everybody has to be concerned. Towards that direction, he won the “Best Sigstore Evangelist” award and wrote a blog post about it to encourage to the next one and took an active role in first-ever SigstoreCon by being one of the Program Commitee members of the event and created a Twitter Community about Software Supply Chain Security and that community is now about 500+ people joined. He also tries to be active in the Turkey by organizing in-person, virtual meetups, workshops. He is the organizer of the two important organization in Turkey named DevOpsTr, CNCF Istanbul Chapter, Cloud Native Turkiye. He is also one of the organizers of the KCD Turkey. He is also an active contributor of several CNCF projects including ko, Flux, and Kyverno. He also enjoys writing technical blog posts and wrote 10+ blog posts and all of them are published on important official websites including Kyverno, CD Foundation, Flux, Sigstore, etc.
He likes to design and implement new tech stacks with a deep focus on distributed and low-level systems. Interested in contributing to open source projects, communities and project management. Strong interest in CNCF world! Recently, he has been doing research on Software Supply Chain Security.