An Insider’s Guide to SPDX

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Gary O’Neall, Co-Lead, SPDX Tech Team | Founder, Source Auditor

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SPDX (Software Packet Data Exchange) is a widely used software bill of materials (SBOM) specification. It’s one of two full-stack SBOM standards approved under the U.S. government’s 2021 cybersecurity executive order, and it supports a number of important software supply chain management use cases. Although SPDX has been around for over a decade (the original v1.0 was released in 2011), the specification has evolved significantly over the years, up to the current v2.3. Today, organizations can leverage SPDX to support a broad range of initiatives (including supply chain security), with a wide range of customizations and formatting options. Join Gary O’Neall, Tech Team Lead at SPDX, for a webinar on the specification, its evolution, and best practices for using it efficiently and effectively. We’ll discuss: -The SPDX big picture: document structure, file formats, and internal vs. external SBOMs -Typical SPDX data fields: required minimum elements, recommended elements, and useful add-ons -SPDX security use cases and how the current v2.3 supports them -Strategies for generating and maintaining SPDX SBOMs
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