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Shaping A Better Future For Software Security
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chenxiwang
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chenxiwang,
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6/3/2015 | 10:06:02 AM
Great to see this effort
A great step to take for the industry. Software security has always been an Achilles heel, and the software supply chain as a whole has not been serious enough to take on this challenge. I hope the working group will produce something concrete and usable. 
KevGreene_Cyber
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KevGreene_Cyber,
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6/4/2015 | 11:55:40 AM
Re: Great to see this effort
@Chenxiwang -- thanks for feedback.  Yes, the software supply chain is becoming a greater challenge, given the fact that open-source is more widely used and software reuse.  We are definitely trying to define an appropriate approach to address 3rd party software.  


THanks again for you support
eeiland
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eeiland,
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6/8/2015 | 10:13:24 AM
Will the EWG be publishing a report?
This is a useful overview.  Will the EWG be releasing a more detailed report?
KevGreene_Cyber
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KevGreene_Cyber,
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7/11/2015 | 2:17:41 PM
Re: Will the EWG be publishing a report?
That's a possibilty at some point.  With all the cyber legistlation coming out from a federal perspective, it would be nice to have something that compliments the changing in the cyber landscape.  Stay tuned!!!


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