Please join us for our monthly Orlando Chapter INCOSE meeting.
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM Buffet dinner and networking
Dinner provided by Touch Systems Engineering Technology
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM Presentation
Presentation provided by Sonatype - Dr. Ben Amaba
You are invited to become a member of INCOSE (go to https://www.incose.org/about-incose/incose-membership/incose-membership
) but the meeting is open to all; you do not need to be an INCOSE member to attend.
Please RSVP by 5PM the Monday before the event to help us plan for dinner to accommodate all attendees. RSVP at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/incose-orlando-presentation-coming-cybersecurity-mandates-and-solutions-tickets-558403619257
None. Dinner is provided by Touch Systems Engineering Technology
Dr. Ben Amaba
Section 4 of Presidential Executive Order 14028 on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity describes new requirements for “Enhancing Software Supply Chain Security for Human Performance.” It calls for more transparency and controls to resist and prevent software supply chain vulnerabilities and malicious attacks. This includes the requirement for the creation of a Software Bill of Material (SBOM) for all applications, and the deployment of automated tools that check for known and potential vulnerabilities and remediate them. Many agencies have not updated their vulnerability management technology or software. Without a blueprint and process of their software supply chain, government agencies and integrators lack visibility and a decision support system to identify exploitive vulnerabilities and the ability to then rectify them.
At this session, you will identify and rectify software supply chain vulnerabilities quickly and efficiently. With the Executive Order 14028 requiring a minimum standard of care that includes itemizing the Software Bill of Materials, we can begin our journey to better outcomes.