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Together, we’re securing the open source ecosystem.

OpenSSF is committed to collaboration and working both upstream and with existing communities to advance open source security for all.

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Collaborate on the planning, design, and delivery of security tooling and best practices that secure critical open source projects.

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Stay informed about the latest happenings in open source security and engage with experts in our community,


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Recent Blogs

OpenSSF Day North America 2023Blog
May 26, 2023

Takeaways from OpenSSF Day North America

We recently hosted OpenSSF Day at the Open Source Summit North America in Vancouver, BC with a full day of session presentations, panels, and lightning talks around the current state…
SBOM devroomBlog
May 24, 2023

Exploring the Latest Advances in SBOMs from the Devroom

Where we are with SBOMs and where may the community go in the future? At the 2023 SBOM Devroom, hosted at FOSDEM 2023 in Brussels, participants discussed various topics related…
OpenSSF Software Security Awareness SurveyBlog
May 17, 2023

We Want to Hear from You: Take the OpenSSF Software Security Awareness Survey

OpenSSF, in collaboration with Linux Foundation Research, recently launched a new survey to better understand OpenSSF Software Security Awareness. Please take the survey today to share your feedback about our…

Now Hiring: Chief Architect

We are seeking a Chief Architect to help us develop our technical vision into a suite of best-in-class open source tools, specifications and best practices.

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Now Hiring: Technical Project Manager

We are seeking a Technical Project Manager to help us support our growing community of developers, technical contributors, and more.

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Now Hiring: Ecosystem Strategist

We are seeking an Ecosystem Strategist to liaise and coordinate with organizations to improve the state of security across the software supply chain.

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Open source software is pervasive in data centers, consumer devices, and applications. Securing open source supply chains requires a combination of automated tooling, best practices, education, and collaboration.

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