Source code leaks are one of the biggest risks facing software developers today. It exposes sensitive business secrets, intellectual property, and trade secrets. It also puts the source code itself at risk of being used maliciously.
When source code leaks, it can lead to a number of issues. For instance, it could allow hackers to steal valuable IP. It could expose sensitive customer information. It could put employees at risk of having their identities stolen. And it could cause legal problems for companies.
In fact, according to a recent study conducted by KPMG, nearly half of respondents said that they had experienced a leak of confidential or proprietary information. Of those, almost two-thirds said that the leak was due to a developer leaving the company.
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