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


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

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