Achieve Unprecedented Visibility into Your Software Supply Chain – Tom Goings – ESW #305
Tanium has recently released a new capability called Tanium Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) to help customers identify third-party libraries associated with software packages. - What is Tanium SBOM - Why is it different and why do you need it - How to configure SBOM - How to query for the details about every software application in your environment - Where your vulnerable packages exist - Ways that Tanium can remediate vulnerabilities from OpenSSL to Struts to Log4j today as well as new supply-chain vulnerabilities in the future
No one knows what the next supply chain vulnerability is going to be, but with Tanium, you will have access to data about how your applications are affected before it happens so that when it does, you're ready to take action to remediate the issue from within the Tanium XEM platform.
Segment Resources: - https://www.tanium.com/products/tanium-sbom/ - https://www.tanium.com/press-releases/tanium-launches-software-bill-of-materials-for-unprecedented-visibility-to-combat-supply-chain-threats/ - https://www.tanium.com/blog/software-bill-of-materials-openssl/ This segment is sponsored by Tanium. Visit https://securityweekly.com/tanium to learn more about them!
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In 1996, Tom discovered that he had developed an interest in technology, but what was even more surprising was that he was pretty good at it. Since then, his journey has covered over 25 years of learning, starting from a humble beginning of building his first PC to play games with friends, and then moving forward to consulting multiple Fortune 100 companies on the value of the ITIL disciplines of IT Operations Management and IT Service Management. He is currently applying his subject expertise to define the future capabilities and vision for the Tanium platform.