Industry leaders from technology financial services telecom and cybersecurity sectors respond to Bidens Executive Order commit to a more secure future for software open source luminary Brian Behlendorf becomes general manager.

LOS ANGELES Calif KubeCon October 13 2021 The Linux Foundation the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source today announced it has raised 10 million in new investments to expand and support the Open Source Security Foundation OpenSSF a cross-industry collaboration that brings together multiple open source software initiatives under one umbrella to identify and fix cybersecurity vulnerabilities in open source software and develop improved tooling training research best practices and vulnerability disclosure practices. Open source luminary Brian Behlendorf will serve the OpenSSF community as General Manager.

Financial commitments from Premier members include Amazon Cisco Dell Technologies Ericsson Facebook Fidelity GitHub Google IBM Intel JPMorgan Chase Microsoft Morgan Stanley Oracle Red Hat Snyk and VMware. Additional commitments come from General members Aiven Anchore Apiiro AuriStor Codethink Cybertrust Japan Deepfence Devgistics DTCC GitLab Goldman Sachs JFrog Nutanix StackHawk Tencent TideLift and Wind River.

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