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May 31, 2023 | OpenSSF

In Blog

OpenSSF Supply Chain Integrity Working Group Provides Security Guidance, Practical Frameworks, and Tools

Within the OpenSSF Supply Chain Integrity Working Group (SCI WG), we’re hosting a global community of individuals and organizations collaborating on scalable standardized attestable practices for supply chain security. Along the way we’re developing a shared vocabulary for the industry, a common problem model, and uniform frameworks spanning languages and… Read more.
OpenSSF Meetup Singapore

May 30, 2023 | OpenSSF

In Blog

Inaugural Open Source Security Singapore Meetup

We’re delighted to invite you to Singapore’s inaugural Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) Meetup on the evening of Thursday, the 8th of June at the AWS Singapore Office to discuss how we can address cybersecurity challenges locally and globally. Read more.
Omkhar Arasaratnam OpenSSF GM

May 30, 2023 | Jennifer Bly

In Blog

Meet New OpenSSF GM Omkhar Arasaratnam

Join us for a conversation with new OpenSSF General Manager, Omkhar Arasaratnam, veteran cybersecurity and technical risk management executive with more than 25 years of experience leading global organizations. In this Q&A, Omkhar covers everything from the challenges he foresees in his role to what he thinks is the most… Read more.
OpenSSF Day North America 2023

May 26, 2023 | OpenSSF

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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 of open source security. If you weren’t able to attend, the videos are now available on our YouTube channel to… Read more.
SBOM devroom

May 24, 2023 | OpenSSF

In Blog

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 to generating, understanding, managing, and converting Software Bill of Materials (SBOMs). Read more.
OpenSSF Software Security Awareness Survey

May 17, 2023 | OpenSSF

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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 initiatives and how we can improve. We want to hear from you! Read more.

May 10, 2023 | OpenSSF

OpenSSF Welcomes New Members, Veteran Cybersecurity Expert as General Manager, and New Funding

The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) welcomes four new members from leading technology firms: Hitachi, Lockheed Martin, Salesforce, and SAP. The OpenSSF also welcomes new General Manager, Omkhar Arasaratnam, veteran cybersecurity and technical risk management executive. Plus Microsoft and Google commit $5 million in continued funding for Alpha-Omega. Read more.
Open Source Summit North America 2023

May 4, 2023 | Jennifer Bly

In Blog

Sessions You Won’t Want to Miss at Open Source Summit and OpenSSF Day NA

Open Source Summit North America in Vancouver, Canada is only one week away! Open Source Summit is the premier event for open source developers, technologists, and community leaders to collaborate and further open source innovation, ensuring a sustainable open source ecosystem. During Open Source Summit, we will also be hosting… Read more.

May 3, 2023 | OpenSSF

In Blog

How I Got Involved with the OpenSSF

Let’s get it out of the way early: it’s not always clear how you can best plug into organizations like OpenSSF. That’s why I’m writing this guest blog post as an “outsider.” I’m just your average tech employee who has become progressively more involved since my company, Sonatype, became members… Read more.
OpenSSF OSV Schema

May 2, 2023 | Jennifer Bly

In Blog

Getting to know the Open Source Vulnerability (OSV) format

To keep the modern technological world of open source software safe, it is critical to efficiently and accurately communicate information about open source vulnerabilities. The OSV Schema, created through the collaboration between OpenSSF members and housed within the Vulnerability Disclosures Working Group, provides a minimal, easy-to-use first class JSON format… Read more.