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Automated SBOM Compliance

VeriBOM helps suppliers and auditors safely manage the software supply chain and SBOMs with automation, simplicity, and transparency to reduce the risk of security breaches and data leaks.


VB Auditor

Following the 2021 Executive Order from the Department of Commerce, in coordination with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), government and commercial consumers of software applications now demand an inventory of software components as they pass through the software supply chain. VeriBOM helps Auditors automate their software supply chain relationships in a seamless, simple, and safe way.

Remove low value tasks from high value employees

Automated SBOM tools can help to improve the efficiency, security, and compliance of an organization's software development and deployment processes. This can free up high-value employees to focus on more strategic and creative tasks.

Why VeriBOM for Auditors?

VeriBOM simplifies compliance by building scalable partnerships between Software Publishers and Auditors. VeriBOM creates bi-directional trust through accountability, transparency, and communication for an unlimited number of software supply chains. You are only as secure as your weakest link and VeriBOM helps you build a reinforced chain.

Put your software compliance on auto-pilot

Automation is the key to consistency and accuracy. Set up an automated SBOM process for each release to ensure you stay in compliance over the life of your software application. 

Build trust between Software Publishers and Security Auditors

Trust requires accountability, transparency, and communication. VeriBOM handles all three using automation through the VB Auditor and VB Publisher SBOM repository.

Manage your SLA's from Software Vendors

VeriBOM makes it easy for Publishers and Auditors to ensure compliance with software licensing Service Level Agreements (SLAs). Whether you have a shrink wrap software license agreement or a custom enterprise license, VeriBOM helps both sides of a software license ensure SLAs are met. SLAs help improve communication between the vendor and the customer, set expectations and avoid misunderstandings, resolve disputes more quickly and easily, and protect the customer's interests.

Mitigate Financial Risks

The most common costs associated with a data breach include investigation and remediation, regulatory fines and penalties, lost customers and revenue, and legal fees.

Key Features

Automation, Collaboration, and Scanning

SBOMs need to be updated in real-time with the industry’s latest knowledge on new vulnerabilities and malicious packages.


Securely request and manage your supply chain data and manage updates through automation and a simple web interface from every supplier at no cost to the supplier.

Audit Trails

Ensure SLAs are met, and actions taken with an auditable trail of notifications and communications.

Focus on What's Important

Know what dependencies are in your runtime vs. inventory.

Multiple Supply Chains

Ensure all suppliers are managed with a simple web interface.


You are as safe as your weakest link, so ensure all software running in your environment is known and accounted for when it comes to software security alerts.

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