Are you interested in addressing open source software (OSS) security risk? Software Bill of Materials (SBOMs)? Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in OSS security? If so, plan to join us at our next OpenSSF Town Hall on Thursday, March 16th at 10 AM US/Pacific Time. During this virtual town hall, we will give you a tour of the OpenSSF, let you know what some of our projects have recently been working on, and walk you through how to get involved in our various initiatives.
We’re delighted to announce the first-ever Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) Meetup in Hong Kong! Whether you’re a member of technical staff or a business executive, if you want to hear the latest on the pressing challenges and leading initiatives in OSS security – please join us. All are welcome.
We are excited to welcome newly elected Governing Board members of the OpenSSF: Tracy Miranda from Chainguard, Duane O’Brien from Indeed, and Stephen Chin from JFrog. The OpenSSF Governing Board is responsible for overall management of the OpenSSF, including approving major decisions, managing the budget, and establishing advisory bodies or committees to support the OpenSSF’s mission.
We’re pleased to announce we are hosting OpenSSF Day at Open Source Summit North America on Wednesday, May 10th and the call for proposals is now open. The full day program will feature keynotes from Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) contributors and thought leaders. This is your chance to meet fellow open source community members and get involved in securing the open source supply chain.
Join us for a conversation with OpenSSF Board Member, Vincent Danen. In this series, we are shining the spotlight on individuals who play a pivotal leadership role in setting the course for how we secure the open source software supply chain.
We are excited to present at the first ever OSS Security Meetup in Japan, on February 28 in Tokyo, hosted by Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) Members. We aim to create a place where people with the same awareness and challenges related to OSS security can gather, share information mainly in Japanese, and move forward together.
Security audits are an extremely effective tool for improving the security of critical projects. In 2022, OpenSSF and Google sponsored a number of security audits and associated work via strategic partner Open Source Technology Improvement Fund (OSTIF). Today OSTIF released its Independent Security Audit Impact Report.
This February, along with many others, we’ll be discussing Open Source Software (OSS) Security in Europe – first in Brussels during the Open Source Policy Summit and then at FOSDEM, followed by the State of OpenCon in London.
Next week we’re heading to the first ever standalone CloudNativeSecurityCon North America put on by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) in Seattle, WA that brings together application developers and security experts to propose solutions to security challenges, to explore cutting edge projects, and to discuss advances in modern security approaches. The agenda is packed with lots of great content, and here are a few sessions you won’t want to miss.
Join us for a conversation with OpenSSF Board Member, Tracy Ragan. In this new series, we are shining the spotlight on individuals who play a pivotal leadership role in setting the course for how we secure the open source software supply chain.