Open source disclosure
Last updated June 2020
When we talk about transparent managed security it includes being transparent about the open source software we use to deliver our service. After all, how we secure ourselves (including the security of our code and third-party code we integrate into our Workbench) is a key part of our customers’ security posture. Here’s what’s in there.
Yes … there’s even more legalese
This is the part where you get to the bottom of the page and the lawyers have put in a bunch of words that say, well, something…!
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