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Revenera Software Pulse

Revenera experts are joined by industry leaders for discussions on all the latest talking points in the world of software.

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Launch A Successful Security Program: Cybersecurity Awareness Part 1
In this pilot podcast episode, both Kendra Morton and Alex Rybak of Revenera, bring to you the first of a three part series which focuses on and provides awareness on Cybersecurity. In this episode, both Kendra and Alex will explore:1. The first steps to get a cybersecurity program off the ground.2. Regulations such as the Executive Order from the US Federal Government and how this can factor into your approach to security.3. The challenges to building a Software Bill of Materials.
18:35 10/18/21
Taking Care of Your Applications with SCA: Cybersecurity Awareness Part 2
In the second episode of the Cybersecurity Awareness series, both Kendra Morton and Alex Rybak of Revenera, discuss topics such as: How do you operationalize software composition analysis and why is that important? How do you meet new demands and requests from customers? New regulatory requirements, etc.? Is it important to make software composition analysis part of the company culture?
18:18 10/25/21
Managing a Security Incident in an Application: Cybersecurity Awareness Part 3
In the third and final episode on the October Cybersecurity Awareness series, Revenera's Kendra Morton and Alex Rybak focus their attention on managing a security incident in an application. Specially the episode will cover:The call comes in. There’s a security breach or security issue with an application. Are there some best practices companies should follow to handle an incident?What are some preventive measures companies can put in place to possibly mitigate future issues early?We’ve covered application security awareness in a series of podcasts. What are some of the top-of-mind takeaways you think our listeners should walk away with?
15:48 11/5/21
Software Composition Analysis Podcast: Software Supply Chain - Episode 1
In the first episode of the Software Supply Chain series, Kendra Morton, Software Composition Analysis Product Manager and  Alex Rybak, Director of Product Management both from Revenera discuss key considerations focusing on supply chain security. Specifically the episode covers amongst others:Software supply chain security,Application security,Application security awareness,The importance of the Software Bill of Materials.
13:00 12/13/21
Software Composition Analysis Podcast: Software Supply Chain - Episode 2
In the second episode of the Software Supply Chain series, Kendra Morton, Software Composition Analysis Product Manager and Alex Rybak, Director of Product Management both from Revenera discuss key considerations focusing on supply chain security. Specifically the episode covers amongst others:Actionable steps when looking to implement or consider supply chain security,License compliance,The biggest impact to the software supply chain.
11:29 12/13/21
The Apache Log4j Security Vulnerability
In this episode, the Revenera team discusses everything you need to know about the critical Apache Log4j security vulnerability, including what it is, potential impact, and the steps you should take now to mitigate your risk. Pertinent, reliable information can be found at the following links:Blog: https://www.revenera.com/blog/software-composition-analysis/what-you-need-to-know-about-the-log4j-security-vulnerability/NVD Post: https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2021-44228Apache Logging Services: https://logging.apache.org/log4j/2.x/security.html
18:35 12/14/21
Where are we now with Log4j?
Kendra Morton, Product Marketing Manager at Revenera is joined by today’s guest, Martin Callinan, Director at Source Code Control to talk through the the status of Log4j right now.Kendra and Martin discuss the following in this episode:Where are we now? What’s been the fallout?What can we learn from it to apply to our processes? How to be better prepared for the next Log4Shell-type vulnerability down the road?For more information, visit www.revenera.com
23:12 2/22/22
Key Learnings from the Log4Shell Vulnerability
Kendra Morton, Product Marketing Manager at Revenera is joined by the returning, Martin Callinan, Director at Source Code Control to talk through the key learnings from the Log4Shell Vulnerability.Kendra and Martin discuss the following in this episode:SBOM Initiatives, Ongoing Diligence,The importance of being proactive versus reactive in controlling and understanding what’s in your code.To watch the first session focusing on, Where are we now with Log4j, use this link: https://youtu.be/UZOtng51ETw For more information, visit www.revenera.com
19:20 3/9/22
Understanding GPL Linking Exceptions
What is the difference between Static linking and Dynamic linking? How can users avoid conflict with LGPL licensed code? Get answers to these questions as well as a clear explanation on the basics of GPL linking exceptions.For more information, visit www.revenera.com
10:09 3/30/22
Understanding the Exploitability of Spring4Shell
The Spring4Shell vulnerability can be exploited when an attacker sends a specially crafted query to a web server running the Spring Core framework. Listen to this podcast to learn what it is and steps to take.For more information, visit www.Revenera.com
15:23 4/26/22
Pursuing Software Piracy Claims in China
Whether you look at the latest statistics from the BSA or Revenera’s Top 20 list of Software Piracy Hotspots, China tops the list for the unlicensed use of software. While many software suppliers may choose to ignore software license compliance programs in China, others are seeing significant success protecting their rights and recovering license revenue. Chris Bailey, Principal at Rouse notes: “Software companies are naturally reluctant to use the ‘stick’ of litigation against potential customers but raising the deterrence level is also important to drive licensing deals. Surprisingly, few in the industry have taken advantage of the speed and reliability of China’s courts to settle licensing disputes. The highest compensation amounts have been awarded to major foreign software licensors who understood how to apply the tools available to obtain evidence of piracy. Soon, new legislation and a willingness of the courts to accept technical evidence such as ‘phone home’ tracking software should give an even greater boost to licensors looking for efficient and effective license conversion.”Join us for a conversation with Chris and Landy Jiang, Partner at Lushung, Rouse’s network law firm in China and learn:·        How foreign plaintiffs are achieving an average win rate of 83.5% in China·        The impact of the Personal Information Protection Law that went into effect in November 2021. on collecting telemetry data on software license infringement·        The importance of capturing evidence of infringement because there is no discovery process in China·        The elements of building a successful case in China and the role of telemetry data in securing Evidence Preservation OrdersFor more information, visit www.Revenera.com
35:58 5/4/22
Open Source: Legal Attribution for OSS Authors
When open source components are used, that code is authored by someone who licenses the use of the code to others. Licenses vary and so do the legal obligations of the user. Listen to this podcast to learn about attribution obligations.For more information, visit: www.Revenera.com
19:06 6/6/22
InstallShield 2022 Features and Benefits
Revenera introduces the next version of InstallShield. Venkat Ram Donga, Principal Product Manager, talks about InstallShield’s integration with Visual Studio 2022 and support for custom extensions in MSIX projects.
08:58 7/27/22
All About the OpenSSL Vulnerabilities
In this podcast Revenera experts break down the details of the two high severity OpenSSL vulnerabilities. Want to know what you should be doing to identify and remediate these issues? Listen in to learn more.For more information, visit: www.Revenera.com
17:47 11/10/22
Welcome to the Piracy Impact Webinar Series
The podcast you are about to listen to, was recorded by Revulytics, which is now a part of Revenera.If you want to learn more about the topics of discussion or software monetization in general, reach out to us at www.revenera.com Welcome to episode 1 of the Piracy Impact Podcast from Revulytics where we bring you conversations with leaders from the world of software license compliance with your hosts Jason Swan and Michael Goff. This short episode is a sneak peak of what we have planned - subscribe now before our first series drops!
06:41 12/13/22
Piracy Impact Episode 2: CNC Software's Gary Hargreaves
The podcast you are about to listen to, was recorded by Revulytics, which is now a part of Revenera.If you want to learn more about the topics of discussion or software monetization in general, reach out to us at www.revenera.com Jason and Michael take a trip to Connecticut to talk to leading CAD/CAM vendor CNC Software's Chief Legal Officer, Gary Hargreaves (www.mastercam.com). Gary shares the story of his involvement in license compliance, how CNC approaches software piracy, and the role of its reseller network. His "craziest compliance story" may be one you've never heard before!
26:13 12/14/22
Piracy Impact Episode 3 - Anand & Anand's Shantanu Sahay
The podcast you are about to listen to, was recorded by Revulytics, which is now a part of Revenera.If you want to learn more about the topics of discussion or software monetization in general, reach out to us at www.revenera.com Jason and Michael take advantage of the International Trademark Association's (INTA) annual meeting in Boston to speak with Anand & Anand's Shantanu Sahay (www.anandandanand.com). Anand and Anand is among the largest practices specializing in Intellectual Property laws in India and is ranked among the Top Tier Intellectual Property Law Firms in Asia. Shantanu shares how his firm is helping software vendors protect their intellectual property in India and discusses how its approach has changed over the years with the country's increased focus on protecting IP rights.
27:30 12/15/22
Piracy Impact Episode 4 - Former Dassault Systems Anti-Piracy Head Andy Clarkson (Part 1)
The podcast you are about to listen to, was recorded by Revulytics, which is now a part of Revenera.If you want to learn more about the topics of discussion or software monetization in general, reach out to us at www.revenera.com In part 1 of this interview, Michael talks to former Dassault Systemes Anti-Piracy and Compliance Head Andy Clarkson about leaving a 24 year career in UK law enforcement to build a career at IBM and Dassault addressing software piracy. Andy shares his 4E approach to converting software pirates to paying customers and the growing importance of data in those efforts.Andy is currently a Licence Compliance consultant at AND-CCONSULTING LTD (andrew.clarkson@and-cconsulting.com).
32:42 12/16/22
Piracy Impact Episode 5 - Former Dassault Systemes Anti-Piracy Head Andy Clarkson (Part 2)
The podcast you are about to listen to, was recorded by Revulytics, which is now a part of Revenera.If you want to learn more about the topics of discussion or software monetization in general, reach out to us at www.revenera.com Be sure to start with Episode 4 for part 1! In part 2 of this interview, Michael continues his conversation with former Dassault Systemes Anti-Piracy and Compliance Head Andy Clarkson. Andy shares more about the evolution of approaches to software piracy with some interesting parallels to his work in UK law enforcement. He also discusses how smaller software vendors can apply his 4E approach to license compliance.Andy is currently a Licence Compliance consultant at AND-CCONSULTING LTD (andrew.clarkson@and-cconsulting.com).
30:37 12/16/22
Piracy Impact Episode 6 MSA IP's Milos Bogdanovic
The podcast you are about to listen to, was recorded by Revulytics, which is now a part of Revenera.If you want to learn more about the topics of discussion or software monetization in general, reach out to us at www.revenera.com Jason and Michael take advantage of the International Trademark Association's (INTA) annual meeting in Boston to speak with MSA IP's Milos Bogdanovic (msa-iplaw.com). MSA IP – Milojevic, Sekulic and Associates is a boutique law firm which specializes in prosecution and litigation of trademarks, patents, designs, as well as in enforcement of Intellectual Property rights in the region of Southeast Europe. From its head office in Belgrade, Serbia, MSA IP directs and coordinates the work of its local offices in nine countries in the region, as well as the work of its associated firms in other neighboring countries. Milos shares how his firm approaches software piracy for its clients and busts some of the myths about enforcing IP rights in the region.
33:55 12/17/22
Piracy Impact Episode 7 Gerber Technology's Sam Simpson
The podcast you are about to listen to, was recorded by Revulytics, which is now a part of Revenera.If you want to learn more about the topics of discussion or software monetization in general, reach out to us at www.revenera.com Jason and Michael hit the road to Connecticut again - this time to talk to Gerber Technology's VP and GM Sam Simpson (www.gerbertechnology.com). Sam talks about his more than 40 years at Gerber starting as a software engineer and now as vice president of the company's global strategic accounts with responsibility for managing, maintaining and expanding relationships with key enterprises, agents and distributors worldwide. He shares how Gerber evolved to view software piracy as an opportunity and the importance of communication when building a compliance program.
27:40 12/18/22
Piracy Impact Episode 8 Law 21's Borja Suarez
The podcast you are about to listen to, was recorded by Revulytics, which is now a part of Revenera.If you want to learn more about the topics of discussion or software monetization in general, reach out to us at www.revenera.com Jason traveled to Paris and spoke with Borja Suarez, a lawyer specializing in intellectual property law working in international environments at Law 21 in Madrid. Borja talks about the different methods of engagement when doing software license compliance work in South America and some of the common themes and approaches. He tells Jason about the importance of finding a solution that works for both sides and shares a great story from Ecuador.
21:20 12/19/22
Piracy Impact Episode 9 TopSolid Dominique Laffret
The podcast you are about to listen to, was recorded by Revulytics, which is now a part of Revenera.If you want to learn more about the topics of discussion or software monetization in general, reach out to us at www.revenera.com We feature another conversation from Jason’s trip to Paris when he spoke with Dominique Laffret, VP at leading CAD/CAM vendor TopSolid. Dominique discusses how they decided they needed to track and measure the illegal use of their software and how they have been growing their compliance program. He also talks about the importance of fairness, and protecting current customers from their competitors using pirated software.
14:28 12/20/22
Piracy Impact Episode 10 Rafael Amaral, Senior Partner at Kasznar Leonardos Intellectual Property
The podcast you are about to listen to, was recorded by Revulytics, which is now a part of Revenera.If you want to learn more about the topics of discussion or software monetization in general, reach out to us at www.revenera.com Jason speaks with Rafael Amaral, senior partner at Brazilian intellectual property law firm Kasznar Leonardos (www.kasznarleonardos.com.br/). Rafael had just stepped off the stage from presenting at Revulytics’ recent conference in Paris, so he was ready to share his thoughts on dealing with software piracy in Brazil. From outlining the enforcement of intellectual property rights in Brazil, to an interesting approach to leveraging the large volume of ISP data they are seeing in infringement reports, you won’t want to miss this episode.
25:32 12/21/22
Piracy Impact Episode 11 Vinod Moza Cadence Design Systems
The podcast you are about to listen to, was recorded by Revulytics, which is now a part of Revenera.If you want to learn more about the topics of discussion or software monetization in general, reach out to us at www.revenera.com In this episode we share our final interview from our event in Paris where Jason spoke with Vinod Moza, Senior Group Director and Worldwide Head, License Compliance, at Cadence Design Systems. Vinod shares that “once confronted with the [infringement] data, it was real” and how piracy is a “problem, but also an opportunity.”He also discusses the importance for software vendors to focus on their license compliance philosophy and then do the pre-work that will lead to mutually beneficial outcomes. Speaking about his own philosophy, he stresses the importance of being customer-centric: helping customers become compliant, building relationships, keeping their environments free of malware, and leveling the playing field when their competitors use pirated software.
23:09 12/22/22
Piracy Impact Episode 12 McInnes & McLane
The podcast you are about to listen to, was recorded by Revulytics, which is now a part of Revenera.If you want to learn more about the topics of discussion or software monetization in general, reach out to us at www.revenera.comJason and Michael travel to Worcester, Massachusetts to speak with John McInnes and Jodi McLane, founding partners of intellectual property law firm McInnes & McLane (mcmcip.com/). John and Jodi discuss the importance of software vendors laying the groundwork to protect their intellectual property rights and the trends they are seeing in software license enforcement. They also talk about different approaches to dealing with infringers and how to find balance between enforcement and sales. With a focus on understanding and achieving their clients’ business goals, you won’t want to miss this episode.
36:09 12/23/22
Piracy Impact Episode 13 Jason Swan
The podcast you are about to listen to, was recorded by Revulytics, which is now a part of Revenera.If you want to learn more about the topics of discussion or software monetization in general, reach out to us at www.revenera.com Michael turns the microphone on Jason for a very special episode of the Piracy Impact Podcast! Hear Jason’s software license compliance origin story and how he made the transition from sales to compliance before joining Revulytics (www.revulytics.com). Jason also shares his thoughts on the different approaches to dealing with infringers from an inside sales approach, to audits, to legal. He also discusses what it is like to work with existing customers who are also infringing, the growing use of data in license compliance, and best practices he has developed over the years.
24:37 12/27/22
Piracy Impact Episode 14 Vic DeMarines
The podcast you are about to listen to, was recorded by Revulytics, which is now a part of Revenera.If you want to learn more about the topics of discussion or software monetization in general, reach out to us at www.revenera.com Jason and Michael close out the year and Season 2 of the Piracy Impact Podcast with a great behind-the-scenes conversation with Revulytics’ VP of Product and Strategy, Vic DeMarines. Vic talks about his background in security software with companies like RSA, Progress Software, and Authentica, and the early days of software protection at Revulytics and what led the company to pivot to take a more proactive piracy detection approach. You won’t want to miss Vic’s impressions on the impact of GDPR, changes in software vendors’ approach to license compliance, and where the industry is headed.
26:05 12/28/22
A Break Down of the National Cybersecurity Strategy
In a continuing effort to bolster and secure the nation’s software supply chain, the Biden administration issued in the 2023 National Cybersecurity Strategy. This plan focus’ on enhancing the country’s defenses against emerging threats, such as ransomware and supply chain attacks. Listen to this podcast to better understand what's outlined in the report and what it may mean to you as a software provider.For more information, visit www.revenera.com
16:44 3/3/23
Is Revenera’s Cloud License Server Right for You?
If you are looking to leverage your DevOps in the cloud, whether you’re going to utilize Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, or Google Cloud Platform, then Revenera’s Cloud License Server (CLS) is the right model for your software installation needs. The CLS option provides you with the support and flexibility to easily build your installers in your DevOps pipeline itself rather than as a separate process. Listen to this podcast to learn more about CLS, what it is, and the potential benefits for you. 
08:10 8/14/23

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