Ask Me Anything: SBOMs and the Executive Order

The software supply chain is under intense pressure and scrutiny with the rise of malicious attacks that target open source software and components. Over the past year the industry has received guidance from the government with the Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity and the most recent M-22-18 Enhancing the Security of the Software Supply Chain through Secure Software Development Practices. Now, perhaps more than ever before, it’s critical to have a firm understanding of the integrity of your software supply chain to ensure a strong security posture. This webinar will provide you with open access to a panel of Anchore experts who can discuss the role of a software bill of material (SBOM) and answer questions about how to understand and tackle government software supply chain requirements.

Top Four Types of Software Supply Chain Attacks and How to Stop Them

It’s no secret that software supply chain attacks are on the rise. Hackers are targeting developers and software providers to distribute malware and leverage zero-days that can affect hundreds, sometimes even thousands, of victims downstream. In this webinar, we’ll take a deep dive into four different attack methods, and most importantly, how to stop them.

How to Meet the 6 FedRAMP Vulnerability Scanning Requirements for Containers

If you are tasked with implementing FedRAMP security controls for containerized workloads, this webinar is for you. We’ll walk you through a step-by-step process to explain how Anchore Enterprise can help you prepare a response for each of the six scanning requirements outlined in the FedRAMP Vulnerability Scanning Requirements for Containers.