After Log4J US lawmakers rush to secure open source software

John Leonard
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After Log4J US lawmakers rush to secure open source software
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After Log4J US lawmakers rush to secure open source software

The bipartisan Securing Open Source Software Act is a positive development for open source software everywhere

In a rare show of bipartisan unity, legislation to improve the security of open source software used in government was recently approved by the US Senate Homeland Security Committee. The Securin...

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