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Facilitate SBOM adoption – The cornerstone of software supply chain. Use SBOMs to help manage your vulnerabilities, and risk (financial, reputational, and legal)

Any organization that builds software should maintain an SBOM for their codebases.

Cross Project

Enable developers to understand dependencies across projects


Engage at all levels of the organization for greater insights and seamless collaboration

Policy & Procurement

Comply with license polices & customer procurement processes


Make tracking, monitoring, and reporting more transparent.

We can help with our SBOM as a Service

1. Improve performance

Help improve your team's ability to produce and consume SBOMs

2. Best Practice

Engage our experts in developing best practices

3. Integration

Integrate into risk and compliance processes

4. Insight

Gain clarity on SBOM standards, capabilities, and support

What is a software bill of materials?

An Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) can allow you to respond to the security, license, and operational risks that result from open source use.

In a nutshell an SBOM is a list of all the open source and third-party components present in a codebase. The concept originates from manufacturing, where a Bill of Materials is an inventory detailing all the items included in a product. For example, car manufacturers maintain a detailed Bill of Materials for each vehicle.

Why do organisations need an SBOM?

Recent high-profile security breaches, including Codecov, Kaseya, and Apache Log4j has prompted organizations to take these types of supply chain attacks more seriously.

These events also led President Biden to issue a Cybersecurity Executive Order (EO) detailing guidelines for businesses looking to engage with the Federal Government. Included is a requirement for delivering an SBOM along with any software developed for the Government.

These guidelines, which include SBOMs, are expected to become the baseline for how all industries accept software applications.

Any organisation that builds software should maintain an SBOM for their codebases.

Do your developers use open source components in your code?

Open Source helps shorten development time and increase speed of execution. However failure to adequately secure your code introduces greater risk to your organization’s overall security.

Few companies have visibility into the open source they use, and fewer can produce accurate, up-to-date SBOMs that include open source components.

How can SBOMs help?

SBOM lists all Open Source components in your applications as well as those components’ licenses, versions, and patch status.

SBOM provides a list of versions of Open Source components in your code, which can be helpful to determine if you’re using any outdated, potentially insecure code.

Maintaining SBOMs is critical if you want to respond quickly to the security, license, and operational risks that can come with Open Source software use. We can help you in the design, creation and policy development for managing your Open Source components.


An SBOM would provide end users the transparency they require to know if their products rely on vulnerable software libraries.

— Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency