IMPORTANT: OpenChain Security Summit 2022 – 17/18th February


 

Earlier today you should have received calendar invitations (via this list) for our forthcoming OpenChain Security Summit 2022. This event (as always) is free to attend. It will be a pivotal event in showing where the industry is positioned and where OpenChain in this space. I highly recommend that you and your security teams attend. Sharing link:

OpenChain Security Summit 2022 – 17/18th February


Learn About OpenSSF In The Current Landscape From Brian Behlendorf, General Manager Open Source Security Foundation
OpenSSF is committed to collaboration and working both upstream and with existing communities to advance open source security for all.
Learn About SPDX In The Current Landscape From Kate Stewart, VP, Dependable Embedded Systems At The Linux Foundation
SPDX is an open standard for communicating software bill of material information, including provenance, license, security, and other related information.
And Learn More About Industry Responses To Log4J With Practical Cases Studies From User And Vendor Companies
The Security Summit will take place on February 17th 2022 at 17:00 PST / February 18th 2022 02:00 UTC / 09:00 CST / 10:00 JST. It will be hosted on Zoom and it will be free to attend. It will also be recorded. Join the event here:
You can expect to come away with a clear understanding of market conditions, how the Linux Foundation is addressing them, and where OpenChain fits into the picture. The goal – as always – is to ensure you have the information necessary to make informed, effective decisions around the open source supply chain.
We seek to build trust in the quality of programs used by you, your customers and your suppliers. We are proud to have taken significant strides in our field throughout 2021. We expect to push the boundaries of what is possible once again in 2022. You can learn more about what we are doing around security – including our reference assurance guide – here:


 

Heads up. If you do not have this in your schedule yet, it probably should be. Calendar invite attached.



On Feb 11, 2022, at 21:22, Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...> wrote:


Earlier today you should have received calendar invitations (via this list) for our forthcoming OpenChain Security Summit 2022. This event (as always) is free to attend. It will be a pivotal event in showing where the industry is positioned and where OpenChain in this space. I highly recommend that you and your security teams attend. Sharing link:

OpenChain Security Summit 2022 – 17/18th February


Learn About OpenSSF In The Current Landscape From Brian Behlendorf, General Manager Open Source Security Foundation
OpenSSF is committed to collaboration and working both upstream and with existing communities to advance open source security for all.
Learn About SPDX In The Current Landscape From Kate Stewart, VP, Dependable Embedded Systems At The Linux Foundation
SPDX is an open standard for communicating software bill of material information, including provenance, license, security, and other related information.
And Learn More About Industry Responses To Log4J With Practical Cases Studies From User And Vendor Companies
The Security Summit will take place on February 17th 2022 at 17:00 PST / February 18th 2022 02:00 UTC / 10:00 CST / 11:00 JST. It will be hosted on Zoom and it will be free to attend. It will also be recorded. Join the event here:
You can expect to come away with a clear understanding of market conditions, how the Linux Foundation is addressing them, and where OpenChain fits into the picture. The goal – as always – is to ensure you have the information necessary to make informed, effective decisions around the open source supply chain.
We seek to build trust in the quality of programs used by you, your customers and your suppliers. We are proud to have taken significant strides in our field throughout 2021. We expect to push the boundaries of what is possible once again in 2022. You can learn more about what we are doing around security – including our reference assurance guide – here:


Nicole Pappler
 

Hi Shane,

shame on me, but I won't be able to make it this time - so sorry! I hope there will be a recording for me to catch up.

Cheers,

Nicole


Am 15.02.22 um 15:11 schrieb Shane Coughlan:
Heads up. If you do not have this in your schedule yet, it probably should be. Calendar invite attached.



On Feb 11, 2022, at 21:22, Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...> wrote:


Earlier today you should have received calendar invitations (via this list) for our forthcoming OpenChain Security Summit 2022. This event (as always) is free to attend. It will be a pivotal event in showing where the industry is positioned and where OpenChain in this space. I highly recommend that you and your security teams attend. Sharing link:

OpenChain Security Summit 2022 – 17/18th February


Learn About OpenSSF In The Current Landscape From Brian Behlendorf, General Manager Open Source Security Foundation
OpenSSF is committed to collaboration and working both upstream and with existing communities to advance open source security for all.
Learn About SPDX In The Current Landscape From Kate Stewart, VP, Dependable Embedded Systems At The Linux Foundation
SPDX is an open standard for communicating software bill of material information, including provenance, license, security, and other related information.
And Learn More About Industry Responses To Log4J With Practical Cases Studies From User And Vendor Companies
The Security Summit will take place on February 17th 2022 at 17:00 PST / February 18th 2022 02:00 UTC / 10:00 CST / 11:00 JST. It will be hosted on Zoom and it will be free to attend. It will also be recorded. Join the event here:
You can expect to come away with a clear understanding of market conditions, how the Linux Foundation is addressing them, and where OpenChain fits into the picture. The goal – as always – is to ensure you have the information necessary to make informed, effective decisions around the open source supply chain.
We seek to build trust in the quality of programs used by you, your customers and your suppliers. We are proud to have taken significant strides in our field throughout 2021. We expect to push the boundaries of what is possible once again in 2022. You can learn more about what we are doing around security – including our reference assurance guide – here:

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Of course it will recorded 🙂 There will be an advantage to being live as you (and others) can jump in with questions, but the core of the event will be freely available afterwards.

I know this tile around we are strongly favoring North America / Asia with timezones. Of course we will alternate with events as always.

Regards

Shane 

Shane Coughlan
OpenChain General Manager
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On Feb 15, 2022, at 23:26, Nicole Pappler <nicole.pappler@...> wrote:



Hi Shane,

shame on me, but I won't be able to make it this time - so sorry! I hope there will be a recording for me to catch up.

Cheers,

Nicole


Am 15.02.22 um 15:11 schrieb Shane Coughlan:
Heads up. If you do not have this in your schedule yet, it probably should be. Calendar invite attached.



On Feb 11, 2022, at 21:22, Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...> wrote:


Earlier today you should have received calendar invitations (via this list) for our forthcoming OpenChain Security Summit 2022. This event (as always) is free to attend. It will be a pivotal event in showing where the industry is positioned and where OpenChain in this space. I highly recommend that you and your security teams attend. Sharing link:

OpenChain Security Summit 2022 – 17/18th February


Learn About OpenSSF In The Current Landscape From Brian Behlendorf, General Manager Open Source Security Foundation
OpenSSF is committed to collaboration and working both upstream and with existing communities to advance open source security for all.
Learn About SPDX In The Current Landscape From Kate Stewart, VP, Dependable Embedded Systems At The Linux Foundation
SPDX is an open standard for communicating software bill of material information, including provenance, license, security, and other related information.
And Learn More About Industry Responses To Log4J With Practical Cases Studies From User And Vendor Companies
The Security Summit will take place on February 17th 2022 at 17:00 PST / February 18th 2022 02:00 UTC / 10:00 CST / 11:00 JST. It will be hosted on Zoom and it will be free to attend. It will also be recorded. Join the event here:
You can expect to come away with a clear understanding of market conditions, how the Linux Foundation is addressing them, and where OpenChain fits into the picture. The goal – as always – is to ensure you have the information necessary to make informed, effective decisions around the open source supply chain.
We seek to build trust in the quality of programs used by you, your customers and your suppliers. We are proud to have taken significant strides in our field throughout 2021. We expect to push the boundaries of what is possible once again in 2022. You can learn more about what we are doing around security – including our reference assurance guide – here:

-- 
——————————————————————————————————————
Nicole Pappler
email: nicole.pappler@...
mobile: +49 15156078183

PAPPSTARpromotion GmbH
Nürnberger Str. 2
91717 Wassertrüdingen
Germany

Sitz der Gesellschaft: Wassertrüdingen Registergericht: Amtsgericht Ansbach, HRB 7127
Geschäftsführer: Prof. Dr. Andreas Bärwald
http://www.PAPPSTARpromotion.de