Episode 1200 – Google Releases Service To Help Secure Open Source Software

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Google announced at the annual Security Summit a new service to help secure open source software. Calles Assured Open Source Software, Google plans to manage, scan and monitor open source packages making it easier for enterprises to trust the software supply chain.

Source – https://cloudonair.withgoogle.com/events/summit-security-2022/resources#

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