From the Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity to the recently updated ISO 27002:2022 standard, regulatory agencies and standards organizations increasingly require organizations to document their software supply chain security.

When companies purchase software and applications, part of their due diligence process includes requesting a Software Bill aof Materials (SBOM) so that they can comply with requirements governing their software supply chain security. Organizations that provide SBOMs gain a competitive advantage that reduces the sales cycle timeline.

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Providing customers comprehensive SBOMs streamlines the third-party risk management process, enabling customers to achieve their compliance objectives.

Detecting all OSS components is critical to identifying vulnerabilities.

16Detecting and remediating known and unknown vulnerabilities within applications reduces the administrative and operational costs of compliance.

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