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GrammaTech And VDC Research to Explain Why The Cybersecurity Executive Order Is A Wakeup Call For Software Supply Chain Security

  • Application Security Experts Will Discuss the Recent EO’s Directives for Software Development, Including the Latest on the New Software Bill of Materials Requirements

GrammaTech, a leading provider of application security testing products and software research services, announced it will host a free webinar on June 22 entitled Software Supply Chain Security Ignorance Is No Longer Bliss on the new Executive Order and its implications for software vendors and end-user companies featuring Chris Rommel, Executive Vice President at VDC Research.

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@GrammaTech and VDC Research webinar will explain why the cybersecurity executive order is a wakeup call for software supply chain security and new requirements including software bill of materials

GrammaTech is a leading global provider of application security testing (AST) solutions used by the world’s most security conscious organizations to detect, measure, analyze and resolve vulnerabilities for software they develop or use. The company is also a trusted cybersecurity and artificial intelligence research partner for the nation’s civil, defense, and intelligence agencies. GrammaTech has corporate headquarters in Bethesda MD, a Research and Development Center in Ithaca NY, and publishes Shift Left Academy an educational resource for software developers.
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