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Title: Open Source Software : the Intersection of IP and Security in Open Source
Author: Kelton, Greg
Others: European Opensource & Free Software Law Event (4th : 2011 : Barcelona)
Keywords: security;segretat;seguridad;open source;codi obert;código abierto
Issue Date: 4-Nov-2011
Abstract: The use of open source software continues to grow on a daily basis. Today, enterprise applications contain 40% to 70% open source code and this fact has legal, development, IT security, risk management and compliance organizations focusing their attention on its use, as never before. They increasingly understand that the open source content within an application must be detected. Once uncovered, decisions regarding compliance with intellectual property licensing obligations must be made and known security vulnerabilities must be remediated. It is no longer sufficient from a risk perspective to not address both open source issues.
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/10068
Appears in Collections:European Opensource and Free Software Law Event, EOLE 2011

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