Share Your Software Bill of Materials
Comply with Executive Order 14028 using RKVST.
The Easiest Way to Get Started
RKVST can help you with permissioned distribution and assured compliance, but for simpler cases, we’ve created SBOM Hub to make it easy for publishers to host and share their SBOM with the public.
Software is only secure until it’s not. Users rely on suppliers to deliver safe, secure, and reliable software and services.
The Presidential Executive Order (14028) mandates a Software Bill-of-Materials (SBOM) for critical software.
The whole point of an SBOM is lost if you keep it a secret.
The NTIA recommends delivering SBOMs to the right people at the right time, never assuming trust. Continuous assurance of SBOM components means tracing every dependency. A tampered SBOM brings a false sense of security.
Frequently Asked Questions
Managing & Sharing SBOMs with RKVST
It has been nearly a year since the President Biden’s Executive Order 14028 catapulted Software Bills of Materials (SBOMs) from niche topic to the forefront of efforts to improve security of cyber supply chains. Since then…
The SBOM goes from code in your Git repository, to inception in Bytesafe and is shared privately or publicly in RKVST in a matter of minutes.
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