ISO/IEC 5230:2020 (OpenChain 2.1) defines the key requirements of a quality open source license compliance program, and the OpenChain Security Assurance Reference Guide identifies the minimum core set of requirements every Security Assurance program should satisfy.
To be confident in your open source compliance and security posture, FOSSAware offers support and assessment of your open source management program, according to ISO5230 and the OpenChain Security Assurance Guide key requirements.
Encompassing over two-thirds of the average modern software, open source has become an essential part of software development. Companies involved with technology M&A understand the importance and risks open source software poses to the deal’s value, whether the key asset is a device, software, or service. FOSSAware audits and analyses the key assets to identify and report open source actual and potential risks.
are development and its main building block. Under managing, open source software reduces its potential benefits and imposes unnecessary risks. FOSSAware provides you with the necessary help and advice for developing a clear and solid open source organizational strategy and Policy to mitigate these risks.