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US Senate Committee Approves Bill That Would Require Government-Wide Software Inventory

The US Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee has approved a bill that would direct federal agencies to conduct thorough inventories of software they use. The long-term goal of the Strengthening Agency Management and Oversight of Software Assets Act is to help consolidate software contracts and licenses, and encourage the adoption of open-source software. …

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Rules to Prevent Components and Pipelines from Software Supply Chain Attack

As the software components and delivery pipelines that comprise supply chains get more complex, so do the requirements for securing them. This checklist breaks down the components of supply chains to identify, prioritize, and address risks faster and proactively protect them from attacks. Software supply chains are core to building and delivering cloud-native applications. They …

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12 Key Questions to Assess Software Vendor Supply-Chain Risk

For an SMB a SolarWinds-style software supply-chain attack must be viewed as an existential threat to the business: violating contracts, gravely harming the company’s reputation and client confidence and public valuation. This article outlines 12 key questions to ask your software vendor, including: Do you have a multi-level process in place to analyze and review …

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