Apple to Attend White House Meeting on Software Security

Apple, alongside representatives from other tech companies, will attend a White House meeting on software security today, reports Reuters.
In December, following the discovery of a major security vulnerability in Log4j, White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan sent a letter to chief executives of tech firms. In the letter, he noted that open source software broadly used and maintained by volunteers is a "key national security concern."
Thursday's meeting, which will be hosted by deputy national security advisor for cyber & emerging technology, Anne Neuberger, will discuss concerns around the security of open-source software and how it can be improved, the White House said in a statement.

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