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00:15 — The Linux Foundation and Open-Source Software Security Foundation (OpenSSF) released a high-level mobilization plan for improving the security of open-source software, with input from 37 leading tech companies.
00:41 — The plan includes three key goals: securing open-source software production, improving vulnerability-discovering remediation, and shortening patch response time.
01:12 —The open-source ecosystem must better position itself to respond quickly to vulnerabilities as they are discovered.
01:48 — Efforts to improve secure software development include using digital signatures to deliver trusted software across the supply chain.
02:03 – An OpenSSF security response team will be tasked with helping organizations mitigate potential gaps in security and closing vulnerabilities as they are discovered.
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