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OpenSSF: Making SBOMs More Dynamic to Reduce Software Security Risks

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Since 41% of organizations are still not confident about their open-source software security, more innovations are needed to change this narrative. Even though software bill of materials offer more visibility, the Open Source Security Foundation seeks to alter SBOMs from just being a mechanism to be organism-based so that they address issues such as changes in metadata and compiler flags, according to Omkhar Arasaratnam, general manager of OpenSSF at The Linux Foundation.

Microsoft Increasing Linux Security On Hyper-V With VTL/VSM Support

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Microsoft engineers continue to work heavily on enhancing the Linux support for Hyper-V considering that in the Azure public cloud at last report was more than 50% of their VMs running Linux. Microsoft has continued implementing more Hyper-V features within the Linux kernel and their latest is working on Virtual Trust Level (VTL) integration as part of Virtual Secure Mode (VSM) handling.

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