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Google SLSA & NIST SSDF: Emerging Software Supply Chain Security Best Practices


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The severity and frequency of software supply chain attacks have increased significantly. How should software teams react to these new threats? Several new frameworks are emerging. At the behest of an executive order from the Biden administration, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) created the NIST Secure Software Development Framework (SSDF) with robust guidance for securing the software supply chain. Similarly, Google has released the Supply chain Levels for Software Artifact (SLSA) framework for ensuring software supply chain and build integrity.  

While there is some overlap, NIST tends to focus on the “what” and Google SLSA focuses on the “how.” Combined, these two frameworks make an excellent road map for securing software supply chains. However, this combined road map is still not without security gaps. This webinar will provide an introduction to the rise of software supply chain attacks and compare and contrast NIST SSDF and Google SLSA. 

Among the topics to be covered: 

  • An overview of NIST SSDF and Google SLSA
  • Comparing SSDF and SLSA
  • Covering gaps
  • Demo
  • Q&A
Tony Loehr
Developer Advocate - Cycode
Tony Loehr is the Developer Advocate for Cycode. Their prerogative is to make it easy for developers to use the Cycode platform, and to help protect data through knowledge sharing. They have professional experience with engineering, marketing and sales, and bring a unique perspective on how to implement comprehensive cybersecurity solutions. They value being a lifelong learner and aim to help teach cybersecurity solutions to people with varying degrees of technical knowledge. In their free time, Tony enjoys tending houseplants, freestyle rapping and working on various side projects.
Ronen Slavin
Co-Founder and CTO - Cycode
Co-Founder and CTO - Cycode
Co-Founder and CTO - Cycode
Co-Founder and CTO - Cycode

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