Open Source Security Foundation Now Counts 60 Members


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Open Source Security Foundation Now Counts 60 Members


The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) on Tuesday announced that 19 more organizations have joined the initiative, showing commitment towards identifying and addressing vulnerabilities in open source software. OpenSSF now has a total of 60 members.

Hosted by the Linux Foundation, OpenSSF is a cross-industry forum meant to bring together open source security initiatives and help not only address the security of open source, but also develop best practices, research, tooling, training, and vulnerability disclosure practices.

Six of the 19 organizations that just joined OpenSSF are Premier Members, namely 1Password, Coinbase, Citi, JFrog, Huawei Technologies, and Wipro.

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