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OpenSSF SOSS Vision Brief 2023

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,


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Recent Blogs

OpenSSF Alpha-Omega ISRG Prossimo Rustls Rust for LinuxBlog
September 18, 2023

Advancing Rustls and Rust for Linux with OpenSSF Support

Prossimo continues to advance the functionality and scalability of the Rustls TLS library and the Rust for Linux effort thanks to $530,000 in funding from the OpenSSF’s Alpha-Omega project. This…
OpenSSF New Members September 2023BlogPress Release
September 18, 2023

OpenSSF Welcomes New Members in Support of Securing Open Source Software

We welcome six new members from leading technology firms to the OpenSSF. New general members include, RTX, Shopify, SlimAI, and Stacklok. New associate member, the Rust Foundation, also joins.…
SLSA Tech Talk - Oct 5Blog
September 15, 2023

Join us for an OpenSSF Tech Talk on SLSA

Join us for an OpenSSF Tech Talk on SLSA. We’ll delve into the world of SLSA and its transformative impact on software supply chain security. You will get a comprehensive…

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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