The Biden administration is reportedly preparing a raft of software-related security measures designed to prevent breaches like the one that hit SolarWinds and its customers. (Official White House Photo by Adam Schultz)

Collectively racking up a victim count in the tens of thousands, high-profile attacks targeting users of SolarWinds Orion and Microsoft Exchange serve as a harsh reminder that threats to software security remain one of the biggest issues facing the security landscape today.

And yet, even as both government and industry acknowledge the severity of the situation, strategies are fragmented at best, elusive at worst.

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