2021 was significant in the world of open source software license compliance and security. From high profile security breaches to the U.S. government’s Cybersecurity Executive Order to ending the year with the Log4Shell vulnerability, found in Log4j—a popular library for logging things in Java applications.

What has been the impact on the legal community, for both in-house legal counsel and lawyers? How has recent developments changed the way the legal community looks at open source software and the support given to clients and organizations respectively?

In this webinar, two legal professional review:

  • The Executive Order on improving the nation’s cybersecurity
  • GPL enforcement actions
  • Emerging technology and open source
  • Developing areas to keep an eye on in 2022
  • Review of open source related risk

Leon Schwartz
GTC Law Group

Marty Mellican
VP & Associate General Counsel