WASHINGTON - In recognition of National Supply Chain Integrity Month, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is partnering with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), the Department of Defense, and other government and industry partners to promote a call to action for a unified effort by organizations across the
Topic: Supply Chain Management
The Defense Logistics Agency is improving accuracy, cycle time and productivity in supply chain management practices through robotic process automation, which uses software bots to execute tasks and interact with systems.
Organizations’ supply chains are growing increasingly interdependent and complex, the result of which is an ever-increasing attack surface that must be defended. Current supply chain security frameworks offer effective guidance to organizations to help mitigate their supply chains from attack. However, they are limited in their scope and impact and can be
Daniel Carbonaro is an InfoSec Engineer who draws from nearly 10 years of experience from both the Department of Defense and large enterprise IT organizations. He currently holds various security certifications as well as a B.A. in Communications from Le Moyne College. Daniel recently completed the Graduate Certificate Program in Cybersecurity Engineering at
Dr. Allan Friedman is Director of Cybersecurity Initiatives at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration in the US Department of Commerce. He coordinates NTIA’s multi-stakeholder processes on cybersecurity, focusing on addressing vulnerabilities in connected systems and across the software world. Prior to joining the Federal Government,
The blockchain technology is a game changer to enhance the security of our supply chain, and smart manufacturing. The technology enables the tracking and recording of the history of each transaction in a ledger stored in the cloud that cannot be altered, and when combined with digital signatures, verifies the identity of the participants with its