Major Government Attack Highlights How Log4j is Still Unresolved

By Luke Mcbride on March 11, 2022 vulnerabilities

4 minute read time

Despite all the attention and effort so far this year, this open source vulnerability found a it’s first major victim in multiple U.S. State governments.
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What Does NIST’s Definition of Critical Software Mean to You?

By Matt Howard on June 28, 2021 government

3 minute read time

NIST's definition of Critical Software in relation to the 2021 Cybersecurity Executive Order may seem broad, but its immediate implementation is limited.
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SBOM – From the Idea of Transparency to the Reality of Code

4 minute read time

Allan Friedman from the NTIA has been working on SBOM standards in government and industry, for years. He spoke at ELEVATE 2021 about their status and future.
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Katie Arrington discusses making development move at the speed of relevance

By Ryan Schradin on September 14, 2020 government

2 minute read time

Katie Arrington, CISO for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, recently discussed DevSecOps in the federal government and how the DoD is tackling key issues.
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NIST: Adopt a Secure Software Development Framework (SSDF) to Mitigate Risk of Software Vulnerabilities

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NIST recommends a SSDF framework to assess open source component cybersecurity risks, including an SBOM and automated security controls in the SDLC.
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Six Memorable Sessions With Government DevSecOp Leaders: What We Learned

By Jason Green on May 07, 2020 Cybersecurity

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Chris Roberts, Ron Ross, Katie Arrington, Nicolas Chaillan, and Lauren Knausenberger join Sonatype leadership to discuss security trends in the government.
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Federal DevSecOps Leaders: It's Time to Join The Conversation

3 minute read time

The DevSecOps Government Leadership Forum, typically hosted in Washington, D.C., will be hosted online so government leaders everywhere can participate.
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Department of Defense DevSecOps Journey

By Sylvia Fronczak on March 30, 2020 government

3 minute read time

The DevSecOps stack is open source and open to the public. Everything is infrastructure as code and can run on any environment, leveraging Kubernetes.
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Top 6 Reasons the Time is Now for DevSecOps in the Federal Government

By Jason Green on March 25, 2020 Cybersecurity

2 minute read time

By playing better offense at the beginning of the digital supply chain, federal agencies can better protect themselves and the American citizenry.
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