Upcoming Sessions

Best practices for your first 30 days
Host: Nora O'Keeffe, CSM

Wednesday, July 13

Supply Chain Security for the Public Sector
Host: Clinton Herget, Solutions Engineering 

Wednesday, August 3
11 AM ET

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Access previous sessions on YouTube. View the full playlist, or watch:

How to make notifications work for you

Notifications can be powerful when they enable you to learn about a new vulnerability, license issue, or fix an issue in your projects on the same day we find it. Learn how to make them work for you.


How to start a security champions program

Security champions programs bridge the gap between security and development teams. The security team needs to be paired with development to continue the delivery of rapid and secure software.  Watch to learn best practices. 


Best practices with ignoring issues

If you don't want to fix a vulnerability or license issue, and don't want to see that issue in scan results, Snyk allows you to ignore it, either temporarily or permanently. Review best practices before ignoring issues.


What does "fixable" mean?

A fixable vulnerability means there is a route within the project that would bring in the secure version rather than the vulnerable version. Watch this to find out more.


About Customer Office Hours

These sessions are open to all Snyk customers. Each session begins with 15 minutes diving into a specific topic, followed by 15 minutes of open Q&A. This is a great opportunity to get your questions answered in an informal setting.