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Your Recipe for an Actionable SBOM

Software Bill of Materials (SBOM): Everyone’s heard of it, everyone’s talking about it, but what does it mean for you, and what should you be doing about it?

Meeting the requirements for SBOM reporting to satisfy both President Biden's executive order (EO 14028) and customer demands is at the forefront of priorities for the government, and it should be for you, too.

While the EO only directly addresses organizations that do business with the government, this new approach to cybersecurity has already shown itself to be a de facto model that everyone should—and will—follow in the future.

In an effort to demystify the SBOM, we’ve compiled the concerns and confusion we’re seeing from our customers and boiled them down to several recommendations you should consider when finetuning your SBOM efforts.

Download the guide now to learn

  • Why an SBOM is also a process as a document
  • Why you should adopt a standardized format such as SPDX
  • Why third-party and first-party SBOMs are necessary
  • The importance of including industry-specific requirements
  • Why you need to think beyond open source
  • Why you should implement automated SBOM tooling
  • Why you should embrace vulnerability exploitability exchange (VEX)
Guide to an Actionable SBOM

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SBOM Simplified