Innovation Insight for SBOMs
"By 2025, 60% of organizations building or procuring critical infrastructure software will mandate and standardize SBOMs in their software engineering practice," according to Gartner. That's up from under 20% today.
While SBOM (Software Bill of Materials) usage will almost certainly increase in coming years, how will organizations integrate SBOMs into their Software Development Life Cycle? How will SBOMs change tomorrow's software supply chain relationships?
In its 2022 Innovation Insight for SBOMs Report, Gartner explores how SBOMs make proprietary and open-source code more visible, transparent, and secure within software supply chains.
As today’s organizations grapple with new and emerging regulation and escalating cyberattacks, product security and risk management professionals seek solutions that:
- Reduce product security risk
- Shorten time to market
- Automate Incident Response
- Mitigate supply chain risk
- Assist with compliance requirements
SBOMs represent a critical first step in discovering vulnerabilities and weaknesses within your products and the devices you procure from your software supply chain.
Explore the Gartner report today to understand how organizations can look to SBOMs and begin to understand and de-risk the vast amounts of code they create, consume, and operate.
Gartner, Innovation Insight for SBOMs, 14 February 2022, By Manjunath Bhat, Dale Gardner, Mark Horvath
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