Open Source License Compliance
Be in compliance with open source license obligations and protect your IP.
Open source code is free and available for anyone to use — but there are limitations. Licensing obligations must be complied with to prevent penalties and to avoid an even worse situation that keeps you from selling your company’s product.
There are laws established for using open source licenses, but most developers are in the dark. As well as CEOs and general counsel. Being aware of applications with known vulnerabilities, the open source disclosures for a product, and if your organization is compliant with license obligations is key.
FlexNet Code Insight empowers organizations to take the reins and manage their open source software and third party components. You can quickly scan products for intellectual property and compliance risk. Setting the foundation for license compliance, IP protection and best in class open source software management.
Assess Your License Compliance
Most companies today have more open source compliance issues than they are aware of. Work with us to get a complete overview. We won't stop with high-level package analysis. We'll show you all evidence of open source in your code.
Assess Your Open Source Management
In this assessment, you’ll discover exactly where you are on your open source software (OSS) management journey — and find out what steps you can take to make your life easier. Take the 3 minute assessment to benchmark your level of OSS management maturity today and get actionable insights.
State of Open Source License Compliance
This research report shows companies are under-reporting their open source use, opening them up to potential security and compliance risks. A must read for security, risk, and legal teams.
Introduction to Open Source Governance in 60 Minutes
Citing practices in the Linux Foundation’s OpenChain Specification, this webinar provides you with the latest industry insights and recommendations for successful management of Open Source Software use in software development processes.