By Jennifer Bly, OpenSSF
After two successful OpenSSF Days this year at Open Source Summit North America and Europe, we’re excited for our third and final OpenSSF Day of 2022 at Open Source Summit Japan on Monday, December 5th in Yokohama and online. This half-day afternoon program co-located with OSS Japan will feature keynotes from Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) contributors and thought leaders. Sessions include presentations on subjects such as security best practices, vulnerability discovery, securing critical projects, and the future of open source software (OSS) security.
When: Monday, December 5, 2022
Where: Yokohama, Live, In-Person and Virtual
How to attend: Register for OSS Japan and indicate interest in attending OpenSSF day
- “What is the OpenSSF?” – Brian Behlendorf, OpenSSF
- “Open Source Security and the OpenSSF’s Best Practices Working Group” – David Wheeler, Linux Foundation
- “Sigstore: Using Transparent Digital Signatures to Help Secure the Software Supply Chain” – Bob Callaway, Google
- “Secure Software Supply Chain at IBM” – Fumiko Satoh, IBM
- “Protecting Kubernetes Resource Manifests in End-to-end SDLC” – Yuji Watanabe, IBM
- “Activities in Japan along with 10 Streams of OSS Security Mobilization Plan” – Muuhh Ikeda, Cybertrust
- “Can SBOMs Everywhere Work in Japan?” – Takuya Yoshikawa, Cybozu
OpenSSF Day Japan
OpenSSF Day is included in your registration package for Open Source Summit Japan. Check the “OpenSSF Day” box on the registration form and we’ll keep you in the loop as we add more sessions to the agenda.
This is your chance to meet fellow open source community members and get involved in securing the open source supply chain. You will hear from project leaders of OpenSSF on Sigstore, Best Practices, SBOMs, and much more. The agenda for the Open Source Summit Japan is available to view now.
We look forward to seeing you in Yokohama soon!