Welcome to the AFCEA Classified Cyber Forum
Cyber Supply Chain Risk: Threats and Solutions
The target surface of a supply chain typically extends from product design through product retirement. Trying to secure it all at once has traditionally resulted in ‘paralysis by analysis’. The US government and industry have made limited progress over the past 30+ years, because the problem of trying to fully scope the problem and secure every element of a supply chain against every threat—i.e., ensuring integrity—becomes overwhelming. Emphasis has increasingly shifted to supply chain risk management or mitigation (SCRM).
Who is behind the agenda?
The agenda is being developed by a team of subject matter experts from the AFCEA Cyber and Homeland Security committees.
- Supply chain of what?
- Against what threat?
- What are we doing about it?
- Using what approach?
- What's next?
Are there continuing education opportunities?
Yes! Each panel session will be submitted for approval for continuing education/certification maintenance for CompTIA, GIAC, and/or CertNexus certifications. Note that AFCEA cannot provide attendance documentation, but attendees may self-certify their attendance with their credentialing organization(s).
Check out the agenda and plan on joining us at the AFCEA Classified Cyber Forum on June 19.