Software Supply Chain Security – The New Cybersecurity Executive Order Explained

June 22, 2021 Vince Arneja

 

The New Cybersecurity Executive Order Explained.

The recent Cybersecurity Executive Order puts a strong emphasis on improving software supply chain security. With vulnerabilities increasing in software and attack surfaces growing, the new mandate will now require a software bill of materials (SBOM) of all application components including open-source and third-party. Together VDC Research and GrammaTech will discuss the complexities and the growing importance of the software supply chain, explain the Executive Order and provide recommendations and actions you can take today to better address security concerns.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  1. The current state of the software supply chain and why is software increasingly vulnerable
  2. Details of Cybersecurity Executive Order and how to address software supply chain security
  3. A solution for producing a software bill of materials (SBOM) including for third party (binary) code while understanding the vulnerabilities they introduce

 

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