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The Open Source Software Security Mobilization Plan

OpenSSF and The Linux Foundation propose 10 streams of investment to improve cybersecurity practices within open source development, code reviews, developer training, and software distribution.

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

Working Groups

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

Town Halls

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

Training

Take free courses on secure coding practices as part of our Software Development Fundamentals Professional Certificate.

Now Hiring: Multiple Roles with The Alpha Omega Project

Join the Alpha-Omega Project and help improve the security posture of open source projects for the long run. We’re currently looking for:

“We believe open source is a public good and across every industry we have a responsibility to come together to improve and support the security of open source software we all depend on. It is one of the most important things we can do.”

Jim Zemlin

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.

Join the growing list of organizations supporting the advancement of securing open source technology and funding the development and adoption of OpenSSF initiatives.

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