Tidelift helps leading organizations use open source with confidence
Validated open source package intelligence
Use Tidelift’s package, release, and vulnerability APIs to research new open source packages before bringing them into the organization and to implement effective monitoring of open source software in use.
Curate catalogs of vetted, approved open source components with validated licenses that follow secure software development practices, then continuously curate them against the set of organizationally-defined open source policies.
Compliance with government cybersecurity requirements
The best way for organizations selling software to the U.S. government to comply with mandatory secure software development requirements, by providing the data they need to attest to the secure development practices of the open source components used in their applications.
Tidelift is the only company that partners with open source maintainers and pays them to:
Implement industry-leading secure software development practices and validate the practices they follow so organizations can have the same confidence in the security of their open source that they have in their own code.
Contractually commit to continue these practices into the future so that organizations can confidently make long term investments in the packages they use.
Predictions: What’s in the crystal ball for open source software security in 2024?
Tidelift co-founders Donald Fischer and Luis Villa, RedMonk analyst Kelly Fitzpatrick, Fannie Mae OSPO strategist Brittany Istenes, and npm package maintainer Jordan Harband come together to look into their crystal balls.