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EU Supply Chain Press Release

VeriBOM can help with EU Supply Chain requirements from ENISA in several ways.

Identifying and tracking software vulnerabilities: VeriBOM can be used to identify and track software vulnerabilities. This is important because software vulnerabilities can be exploited by attackers to gain access to systems and data. By identifying and tracking software vulnerabilities, organizations can take steps to mitigate the risk of cyberattacks.

Making informed decisions about software procurement and use: VeriBOM can be used to make informed decisions about software procurement and use. This is important because not all software is created equal. Some software is more secure than others. By using VeriBOM, organizations can make more informed decisions about the software they purchase and use.

 

Improving the security of the software supply chain: VeriBOM can help to improve the security of the software supply chain. This is important because the software supply chain is a critical part of the IT infrastructure. By improving the security of the software supply chain, organizations can reduce the risk of cyberattacks.

Reducing the risk of cyberattacks: VeriBOMs can help to reduce the risk of cyberattacks. This is because SBOMs can help to identify and track software vulnerabilities, make informed decisions about software procurement and use, and improve the security of the software supply chain.

In addition to the above, VeriBOM can also be used to:

  • Assess the security posture of an organization's software assets.

  • Prioritize remediation efforts.

  • Track the effectiveness of security measures.

  • Meet compliance requirements.

 

Overall, VeriBOM is a valuable tool for improving the security of the software supply chain. By using VeriBOM, organizations can make informed decisions about software procurement and use, improve the security of their software assets, and reduce the risk of cyberattacks.

Here are some of the specific requirements from ENISA that VeriBOM can help with:

  • The requirement to provide a Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) for all software products and services.

  • The requirement to use a common SBOM format that is machine-readable and interoperable.

  • The requirement to update the SBOM as the software product or service evolves.

  • The requirement to make the SBOM available to all relevant stakeholders.

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