What are Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) and Why do They Matter?

No one questions the impact that open-source technologies have on Data Science and Machine Learning innovation in the Enterprise. However, many data science teams are still struggling to expand open-source adoption within their organizations due to potential security and vulnerabilities threats.

If you’ve decided your team is ready to follow your organization’s IT security guidelines, while still benefiting from the power of open source, join us for ‘What are CVEs and Why do They Matter in Open Source?’.

During this on-demand webinar, we’ll discuss:
  • What are CVEs?
  • How do CVEs impact open-source data science packages and libraries?
  • Helpful resources to remediate risks and adhere to Enterprise governance and compliance guidelines

Meet Our Speakers


    Kale Franz joined Anaconda in 2016 as the lead developer for the Conda project. Over the years, Kale has transitioned among multiple areas of the company, including the enterprise platform team as well as product management. Currently, he is again contributing as a Principal Engineer on the Anaconda Distribution and Conda team. Kale received an undergraduate degree in physics from the Colorado School of Mines and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Princeton University. He is a domain expert in the field of quantum cascade lasers, and made infrared semiconductor lasers for the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory immediately after graduate school. Before joining Anaconda to lead Conda development, Kale was a backend developer and DevOps tech lead at 23andMe.
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