Why an SBOM needs the X factor
How an eXtended Software Bill of Materials (XBOM) protects against cyber attacks
Webinar Every US company needs a Software Bill of Materials (SBOM). It's been a regulatory and buyer requirement ever since the White House introduced an Executive Order on Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity in May 2021.
The SBOM allows organizations to demonstrate due diligence, traceability, and compliance with relevant regulations, especially when it comes to security and software licensing aspects. But while it provides a comprehensive list of all the software components, dependencies, and metadata associated with multiple applications, it only provides a partial view of interconnected and ever-changing application attack surfaces.
So what else can be done to enhance and fine-tune the SBOM to provide more detailed visibility of the software assets you own?
Join us for our webinar - Why You Need an XBOM: An eXtended Software Bill of Materials - on 28 November at 5pm GMT/12pm ET/8am PT to find out. You'll learn what your SBOM is lacking and how an XBOM can take your application and supply chain security program to the next level.
XBOMs build on top of SBOMS to give you an exhaustive inventory of all your application and supply chain components, associated risks, and how they change over time.
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