After a year full of open source supply chain news—from government advisories to the hot topic of AI and open source—Tidelift discusses the outlook of open source software supply chain security in 2023.
On Thursday, January 19th at 2 p.m. ET, Tidelift co-founders Donald Fischer and Luis Villa will be joined by a panel of thought leaders including RedMonk analysts Stephen O’Grady and Rachel Stephens, Open Source Program Leader, John Mark Walker at Fannie Mae, and Director of Open Source at Indeed, Duane O'Brien. The panel will peer into their crystal balls to provide insights for the year to come.
The panel will discuss these topics:
- What are the upcoming bumps in the road for AI and open source?
- Cybersecurity executive order 14028 heralded the requirement of SBOMs but alone, they may not be the silver bullet we once thought. How will SBOM usage evolve in 2023?
- 2022 saw open source software supply chain security making its way into U.S. government policies. How will 2022’s legislation be implemented? And how might open source maintainers respond when asked to—without pay— adhere to the resulting standards?
Glimpse into the future with us and hear how experts are preparing to answer these questions and more. RSVP for a spot in this panel discussion that you won’t want to miss.