“While exact numbers vary, experts estimate that somewhere between 60-80% of modern software is comprised of OSS.” - Synopsis
“While the majority of recent attention regarding securing the software supply chain has focused on the first element in this chain - the developers - or the last part - the end users- weaknesses exist at all levels…” - The Linux Foundation
“We believe open source is a public good and across every industry we have a responsibility to come together to improve and support the security of open source software we all depend on. Ensuring open source security is one of the most important things we can do and it requires all of us around the world to assist in the effort. The OpenSSF will provide that forum for a truly collaborative, cross-industry effort.”- Jim Zemlin, Executive Director at The Linux Foundation
Software is eating the world. Do you know what’s eating your software? Do your actual or potential customers?
We are building a new cybersecurity media/buyer community for users and vendors trying to secure the software supply chain: open-source, hybrid, and proprietary.
We offer a unique place for users, developers, and securers of the software supply chain to learn about best practices from peers, vendors, and policymakers.
And to use the new media business model to fund top journalism, value-added data products and a platform to learn.
If you like to be a part of this effort as a corporate sponsor, please email Jeff Majka at