Intercede publish MyID Software Bill of Materials to the blockchain
Provenance is important. If we don’t know what something is made from, how can we trust it?
At Intercede we understand the importance of taking a transparent approach to the code that is in our software and that’s why we have published our Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) to the blockchain.
To have full knowledge of what is in MyID credential management software underpins the confidence that our customers have in deploying our software, whether that is on-premise, in the cloud or through a hybrid approach.
Publicly available via Jitsuin’s blockchain, the MyID SBOM is available for all Intercede partners, customers, and prospects to provide the assurance that IT leaders need in an accessible and transparent way.
The MyID SBOM is a formal record containing the details and supply chain relationships of the various components used in building MyID software.
Intercede Chief Product Officer, Allen Storey said: “With President Biden’s recent Executive Order on improving the nation’s cybersecurity, it has become more important for our customers to be able to verify the software they have installed.
“Working with Jitsuin enables us to give our customers the information they need while allowing us to focus on delivering our product, not worrying about how to publish and continuously assure our Software Bill of Materials.”
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Where protecting systems and information really matters, you will find MyID. Whether its citizen data, aerospace and defence systems, high-value financial transactions, intellectual property or air traffic control, we are proud that many leading organisations around the world choose MyID to protect themselves against data breach and ensure business continuity.