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Video: A Civil Discourse on SBOMs

CISA’s SBOM champion Allan Friedman and YL Ventures’ Andy Ellis joins JupiterOne’s CISO Sounil Yu dig deeper into the U.S. government’s response to supply chain attacks and the push for mandatory software bill of materials (SBOMs).

In this highly anticipated discussion, CISA’s SBOM champion Allan Friedman and YL Ventures’ Andy Ellis joins JupiterOne’s CISO Sounil Yu to dig deeper into the U.S. government’s response to supply chain attacks, the push for mandatory software bill of materials (SBOMs), the value and limits of ingredient lists for modern software stacks, whether or not they should be exposed publicly, and how defenders should prepare for the inevitable mandates.

(Session from SecurityWeek’s 2022 Supply Chain Security Summit | March 23, 2022)

Related: Fireside Chat With Shane Huntley, Director at Google’s Threat Analysis Group

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