What You Need to Know About the Software Supply Chain Regulatory Landscape and SBOMs
With an overwhelming number of new software supply chain attacks, security leaders are being forced to assess whether their application security programs are complying with the latest software supply chain regulatory requirements. Fortunately, industry leaders, governments, and the software security community have responded with haste to standardize and regulate the security of the software supply chain. As a security vendor, this guide covers important security regulation changes and essential items you need to know.
Download this guide to uncover the most important regulatory changes you need to know about and learn more about the essentials for:
- US Executive Order 14028 (EO 14028)
- Secure Software Development Framework (SSDF)
- Software Bill of Materials (SBOM)
- Information Security Compliance framework updates (PCI & DSS)
- Supply Chain Levels for Software Artifacts (SLSA)
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