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Understanding the Requirement for Software Bill of Materials in Executive Order 14028

The NIST-published guidance for complying with the Cybersecurity Executive Order, asks makers of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) and government off-the-shelf (GOTS) software to: “Collect, maintain, and share provenance data for all components and other dependencies of each software release (e.g., in a Software Bill of Materials [SBOM]).”

In short, every software supplier to federal agencies now has two deliverables - the software and a Software Bill of Materials.

In this paper, you will learn:
Why SBOMs have taken center stage for managing supply chain risk
How SBOM requirements have evolved beyond just open source
 What it takes to make SBOM generation part of daily activities

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