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Enhancing Cybersecurity Best Practices with Software Bill of Materials (SBOM)

A software bill of materials (SBOMs) can be an invaluable resource when assessing supply chain vulnerabilities. Still, the regulatory requirements surrounding them are increasingly complicated.

Recently, Executive Order 14028 was enacted to require the implementation of software supply chain risk strategies such as acquiring software bill of materials (SBOM) from supply chain vendors. The organizations that support and supply products and services to critical infrastructure are reliant on advanced operational software and hardware assets to ensure effective and reliable operations and are particularly vulnerable to cyber risk within their complex supply chains.

In this whitepaper, you’ll learn about:
  • Meeting NERC CIP compliance with SBOMs
  • Managing and mitigating malicious code with SBOMs
  • Enhancing your risk management plans by regularly incorporating SBOMs
Download the whitepaper to learn how an effectively prepared and analyzed SBOM can help address critical infrastructure cybersecurity challenges.