Open Source Software Supply Chain Security

By 2月 18, 2020 2月 19th, 2020 Publications

Open Source Software Supply Chain Security

While innumerable strategies, frameworks, and “best practices” guides have emerged, few of which agree and some of which outright contradict each other, general consensus has grown around the need for increased diligence regarding the “software supply chain.”

As cybersecurity incidents have continued to grow in magnitude, frequency, and consequences, both public and private sector attention has turned to questions of what, if anything, organizations may do to better manage the risks of today’s modern, connected world.

We explore the security and reliability issues currently affecting the software supply chain, and identify where and how changes may be made to improve it overall.

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