Topic: sbom

Snyk announces updates to its Developer Security Platform

Snyk announced many innovations that extend the scope of the company’s Developer Security Platform during its SnykLaunch Fall 2022 event. This includes the general availability of Snyk Cloud, which offers tools to help fix software vulnerabilities such as a vulnerability scanner and a patch management system that was launched in July 2022 with limited availability.  … continue reading

Ox Security emerges from stealth with $34M to provide end-to-end software supply chain security

Tel Aviv, Israel, September 29, 2022 — Ox Security, the end-to-end software supply chain security platform for DevSecOps, exited stealth today with $34M in funding led by Evolution Equity Partners, Team8, and M12, Microsoft’s venture fund, with participation from Rain Capital. OX was founded less than a year ago by Neatsun Ziv and Lior Arzi, … continue reading

SBOMs can help ensure software integrity

To secure the software in your supply chain, there’s a lot of hype today about the need for an SBOM (software bill of materials). But what does that really mean for development teams today? BOMs have been used for years by organizations; they are a list of the raw materials, sub-assemblies, intermediate assemblies, sub-components, parts, … continue reading

Report: Fewer than half of companies are creating or using a software bill of materials

Despite recent events, like the discovery of the Log4j vulnerability late last year, that have highlighted the need for companies to have insight into what open source components they are utilizing, and what versions, fewer than half of companies have a software bill of materials (SBOMs) in place. This is according to a report by … continue reading

Protect your users and your business with a software bill of materials

Too many companies are missing a key software component in their businesses: their software bill of materials (SBOM). A SBOM is a list of all the components that make up a piece of software.  According to Brian Fox, chief technology officer at Sonatype, while some may think it is a trivial requirement, it provides transparency … continue reading

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