Report: The Role of the SBOM in Securing the Software Supply Chain

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The software supply chain is under attack, and never has it been more critical to secure it. In doing so, organizations will lessen the risk of a hacker’s ability to gain unauthorized access to development environments and infrastructure. This can include version control systems, artifact registries, open-source repositories, continuous integration pipelines, build servers, or application servers.

This issue will only get worse. A recent report from Gartner finds that by 2025, 45% of organizations worldwide will have experienced attacks on their software supply chains—a three-fold increase from 2021. The Biden Administration’s executive order of 2021 demonstrates the government’s commitment to strengthening the nation’s cybersecurity infrastructure. Now, the private sector must do its part.

Download our white paper today to lean how and why breaches occur in the software supply chain and how your business unit can secure the software supply chain for maximum defense against these kinds of attacks.

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