The recent Cybersecurity breaches that involved compromised components in software products require all of us to ensure the integrity of the internal and external software libraries used in the software we release. We need to endure that the components and, therefore, the integrated product is Non-GMO Software (please do not Google this as I came up with the term this morning!)
Everyone developing and delivering software should attend the next CTO Roundtable on What is an SBOM and Why Should I Care? will be held on Friday, Jan 20, 2023 from 8 AM to 10 AM.
If you have not already responded, please RSVP by sending an email with a Yes or NO in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is very important topic, and you are welcome to invite 1 guest with the appropriate technical background to the event. Do send us the name, company and email address of who would be joining.
With Solar Winds and Log4j still on many minds, Software Bills of Materials (SBOM) are critical to identify potential underlying gaps in securing your enterprise. During the meeting, we’ll review what an SBOM is and why it is important. We will also discuss the importance of:
We will initiate the discussion with Allan Friedman from CISA setting the stage and speaking about the Federal government’s SBOM efforts.
Eric Schvimmer will then present an overview of how Bloomberg managed the Log4j vulnerability and outline their SBOM activities.
8:00 AM to 10:00 AM
We will be hosting a hybrid event in person and via Zoom.
Thad Scheer and the Management team at Sphere Of Influence have again graciously agreed to host us at:
1420 Spring Hill Rd., Lobby LevelMcLean, VA 22102