June 26, 2020 | 6 min read
Lior Levy

Organizations often invest in security because of compliance and regulatory requirements. Time, awareness and too many news headlines have turned the investment in security into a strategic one, often led by the board. But, when it comes to securing source code, we see much less awareness and investment.

Living in the digital era, with practically everything connected, code is in every part of your business-critical elements. Whether it contains parts of your IP, your customers’ data, business processes or any other information that is part of your business, it has to be secure.

In this post we review recent source code leaks and try to better understand the current threat landscape and what we can do to stay  ahead of malicious actors and prevent human errors in a timely manner.