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SBOMS for Embedded Systems: Necessary, Mandated and Now Easy & Affordable

Generating and maintaining an accurate software bill of materials is not a new requirement. It’s long been understood that you can't manage (and comply with) what you can't see. But supply chain attacks and security breaches like Log4J have changed the game. SBOMs are now increasingly being mandated within the manufacturing industry and governments alike.

Not surprisingly, legacy SCA and other vendors want to capitalize on the publicity by claiming SBOM capabilities. But SBOMs, especially for embedded systems, are too critical to be treated
as an add-on.

SCANOSS delivers the precise capabilities needed to produce and maintain an accurate SBOM in the Embedded Systems space.

Software composition analysis for embedded systems
SCANOSS for Embedded Systems

SCANOSS is the first affordable OSS Inventory (SBOM) & Intelligence platform that was built for modern Embedded Systems and supply chains, delivering 360° visibility and control over OSS risks.

• It delivers the precise capabilities you need, including:
• Ingest and parse package manifest and other meta data, if available
• Detect unmodified components and files, including binaries
• Detect third party code in AI-generated code
• Detect modified or plagiarized files and code fragments (snippets).
• Produce SBOMs in standard formats like SPDX, CycloneDX and CSV
• Automate to ensure that SBOMs are kept up-to-date as code is developed
• Decorate any SBOM with license, security (e.g. CVEs), export compliance data

The full SCANOSS platform is available as FOSS (Free and Open Source), so companies of all sizes can now create a complete and accurate SBOM. Optionally it can be installed on-premises or hybrid SaaS subject to a commercial agreement.

Build Your Embedded Systems SBOM Today

To start creating your own SBOM,

head to our free SBOM Workbench

app below.

If you already have an SBOM and are

ready to start automating, head to

our CLI page in GitHub.

Ready to facilitate the next wave
of Open Source adoption?

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