Software Bill of Materials and uncovering threats in the software supply chain

Presented by

Stuart Phillips, Interos | Kate Stewart, Linux Foundation | David A. Wheeler, Linux Foundation

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Compromises to software are becoming more common. Recent attacks have shown how critical it is to know and approve all software elements, both from a producer and consumer point of view. Please join our discussion of the current state of standards, how traditional software engineering is challenged, threats to the supply chain, recent regulations, and the future of SBOM. What you’ll learn: - How SBOM is different - Risks with reused software, including open-source software - How SBOM can mitigate these risks - Interos operational resilience and SBOM alignment

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