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Matt Howard

Matt is a proven executive and entrepreneur with over 20 years experience developing high-growth software companies, at Sonatype, he leads corporate marketing, strategic partnering, and demand generation initiatives.

10 years and 10,000 Hours: Lessons Learned from the FOSS/PLG Journey at Sonatype

By Matt Howard on February 20, 2019 News and Views

At Sonatype, we’ve spent the past 10 years engineering and delivering a variety of tools and services to help the global open source community accelerate


Hygiene for Open Source Software Is Now a PCI Requirement

By Matt Howard on February 19, 2019 News and Views

As we said last year, the software industry is failing to protect the public from data theft and misuse; motivating government officials, associations and


Application Security Risk in 2019: It's All About The Supply Chain

It’s that time of year again – time to reminisce on the past year and prepare our organizations to tackle the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead in


House Oversight Report: Equifax Open Source Breach Was Entirely Preventable

By Matt Howard on December 10, 2018 equifax
This afternoon, the House Oversight Committee issued a report stating that the  Equifax breach was entirely preventable with basic open source security

Sonatype Named Best Place to Launch A Career

By Matt Howard on August 28, 2018 recruiting

Sonatype was named to Wealthfront’s 2018 Career Launching Companies List.  The list, in its sixth year, is a compilation of innovative technology companies


The Weakest Link Might be Your Supply Chain: Just Ask The Pentagon

It's not every day that you see an article that catches your attention.  I mean...really catches your attention.  But, that's exactly what happened to me this


Sonatype Board Member Ann Winblad Talks DevOps and Open Source on CNBC

By Matt Howard on August 07, 2018 devops

The market for B2B enterprise software companies is growing exponentially - to the tune of $400 billion dollars. Just ask Ann Winblad, founder of Hummer


Software Composition Analysis: Precision Definitely Matters (Just Ask Our Competitors)

As we gear up to release the 2018 edition of the State of the Software Supply Chain Report, I've been reflecting on the growing market for Software