All about SBOMs: the latest moves to secure the software supply chain

All about SBOMs: the latest moves to secure the software supply chain

John Leonard
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Following Biden's Executive Order on cybersecurity, uptake of software bills of materials is taking off in the US. We need to follow suit

Manufacturers of trains, planes and automobiles know all about bills of materials (BOMs). They rely on them to track the provenance of the components that make up their products. After all, you don't want...

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