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We all know asset management is one of the basics. In fact, it’s literally the first two items on the Center for Internet Security’s list of top 20 critical security controls.
The term “basics” can be deceptive though. We typically expect something basic to also be easy. This is InfoSec though, and the basics aren’t simple or easy. We call them basics because they’re foundational.
Put another way, the other 18 critical security controls on that top 20 list can’t be applied to assets that haven’t been discovered yet!
In the past few years, we’ve seen a resurgence in asset management. There are a few players taking a fresh crack at solving this problem and we’re hearing positive things. Could this be the year we get a better handle on discovering and managing assets? Join us as we discuss. Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes!
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The DBoM consortium is a Linux Foundation project to be able to share information with third parties safely, securely, and with control over the information, even after handing it over! Unisys has just open sourced the code to make this possible, and Chris was a big part of their effort. Using a blockchain based approach, DBoM works to share software bill of materials (SBoM)s in a fashion that works in a cloud centric, internet time approach. Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes!