Are you strategically managing your open source use and policies? Maybe yes, maybe no. Given the continued increase in security risks with headline-making vulnerabilities like Log4j and Spring, maybe you're in planning mode. Because of the potential variability across your organization in how open source and third-party code is owned, used and distributed, it needs to be centrally and strategically managed. This is the job of an Open Source Program Office (OSPO).

In this webinar, experts speak to their own experiences with why OSPOs are important. We'll take a look at the role of the OSPO in providing:

  • Established program objectives, roles and responsibilities, and policies that form the foundation to your corporate risk profile
  • Appropriate training and enablement for various stakeholders
  • The right oversight of determining which components and licenses are appropriate to use and when
  • Accelerated software development
  • A solid reputation as a responsible open source community member

Learn which stakeholders should play critical roles in your OSPO and how to get started.


Alex Rybak
Senior Director of Product Management

Ria Farrell Schalnat
Open Source Compliance Manager
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

David Cuka
FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) Program Manager
Bank of America

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