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Software Threats Only Come in One Size: Devastating

July 27, 2022
Software vulnerabilities are much like an iceberg. Learn how to build a software bill-of-materials (SBOM) to track and manage threats and vulnerabilities in a software program.

How can using a SBOM help protect against threats and vulnerabilities?

  • Interrogate the SBOM against vulnerability databases to quickly identify threats
  • Increase software quality assurance by knowing what software the program is built on
  • Shares meta data regarding source code authors, library artifacts, open-source components, utility components, and third-party software built-in
  • Uses a hierarchical structure to show the relationships between components

Building the SBOM doesn’t have to be difficult. Learn how a generation of the SBOM can be part of the integral process of the application lifecycle management (ALM) tool.

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