Haidee LeClair | Digital Marketing Communication Manager

Before joining Black Duck, Haidee worked in a variety of technical, writing, and digital marketing roles. Previously, Haidee built partner sites for Bitpipe, Inc., which was acquired by TechTarget as their white paper library system. In her spare time, she creates websites and content for friends and family, in addition to building the social media presence for their small businesses.

Recent Posts

  Anyone who has spent time on the internet over the last quarter of a century has probably seen Adobe Flash in one iteration or another, and has likely spent quite a bit of time updating it in light of newly discovered security vulnerabilities. There have been over 1,000 vulnerabilities in the

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Earlier this year VP of Security Strategy Mike Pittenger presented a webinar on risk-ranking open source vulnerabilities, and how that process can increase security effectiveness while maintaining developers' agility. As developers continue their rapid adoption of both containers and Continuous

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News about NotPetya is rebounding around the world this week as malware experts quickly determined that the resemblence to Petya is superficial. The consensus is now that NotPetya is a wiper, designed to inflict permanent damage, not ransomware as initially reported. Following closely on the heels

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This week we have news on the upcoming Red Hat Summit, an updated OWASP Top 10, technical due diligence, World IP Day and more. We also continue to see a lot of coverage coming out of our 2017 Open Source Security and Risk Analysis (OSSRA) outlining risks related to not maintaining open source

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Next week, more than 5,000 members of the open source community arrive in Boston for Red Hat Summit 2017. Developers and executives from across the world are gathering for hundreds of sessions, hands-on experience and to interact face-to-face with product experts. Make sure you review the 

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What do Uber, Amazon, Netflix and Google have in common? They couldn’t have disrupted their industries without heavy reliance on open source software. Join us for the NewCo Boston event to learn about Black Duck and how we secure open source. I’ve been working at Black Duck for over a year, and

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One of the sessions at the RSA Conference that drew my attention was Managing Open Source, with Red Hat Security Strategist Josh Bressers, who led an excellent round table discussion about different challenges and solutions people have implemented in their roles when managing open source at their

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RSA Conference 2017 starts in a couple of days, and I'm very excited to be attending this year. Cybersecurity has been top of mind for me over the past year or so, and I'm looking forward to discovering new technology and hearing security leaders and pioneers speak in San Francisco at the Moscone

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I've been fortunate to spend the last year working at Black Duck on many projects with many talented people - from our interns to our engineering and product management teams. It's been an amazing learning experience, one I wouldn't trade for the world. Part of my role here is to manage our blog,

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Since starting at Black Duck just over a year ago, I've gotten a crash course in everything open source. To say that what open source offers is amazing would be a serious understatement. While in my day job I focus more on open source license compliance and security, I've also had a lot of fun

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