Software Supply Chain Security (2)

June 13, 2022

Survey finds software supply chain security top of mind for dev teams — but tampering detection lags

A survey of more than 300 technology professionals found widespread concern about supply chain attacks, but only sporadic efforts to detect such attacks.
June 8, 2022

MITRE’s System of Trust: A proposed standard for software supply chain security

MITRE’s System of Trust framework is aiming to standardize how software supply chain security is assessed. MITRE's Robert Martin explains.
June 8, 2022

Software supply chain security is no game. Or is it?

ReversingLabs delivered a game-show style review of its survey on software supply chain security at RSA Conference. Here are the questions and answers.
June 8, 2022

A (Partial) History of Software Supply Chain Attacks

SolarWinds put supply chain hacks on everyone’s radar. But it was hardly the first such attack. In fact, hacks of software supply chains are older than you might suspect. How old? Here's an (incomplete) history of supply chain attacks and compromises.
June 1, 2022

Software supply chain risk demands our attention

Software Supply Chain Attacks are a top concern. But tools for monitoring and stopping them lags. Meet ReversingLabs' new platform: secure.software. 
May 12, 2022

Happy anniversary? An assessment of the Cybersecurity Executive Order one year on

One year ago today, the White House released an Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity. Here's where things stand. 
March 9, 2022

Interview: Tomislav Peričin Explains NIST’s New Secure Software Development Framework

ReversingLabs Chief Software Architect Tomislav Peričin examines NIST’s new Secure Software Development Framework.

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