Securing Your Supply Chain: What will evolving regulations mean for you?

Thursday May 30, 2024
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

This spring, NIST is advancing cybersecurity requirements with NIST 800-171 Rev 3. Though DoD contractors won’t need to comply with this latest update to standards yet (per this memo), the focus on supply chain risk management remains a top priority.

Cybersecurity and supply chain risk management (C-SCRM) was noticeably absent from NIST 800-171 Rev2, the standards being used for CMMC certification, yet GAO reports highlight the known vulnerabilities.

In this webinar, we provide plain-language explanations of the issues surrounding supply chain security and spell out the steps that contractors should take to protect themselves.

We’ll cover:

  1. The risks hiding in your “trusted” network of vendors, suppliers, and partners
  2. Identifying your critical supply chain
  3. How to vet your supply chain: How far should you go?
  4. The essential questions to ask suppliers
  5. Proving compliance without a CMMC certification
  6. Setting the bar for new partners
  7. Emerging C-SCRM standards: NIST 800-171 Rev 3 and beyond

Please register to gain access to the webinar.

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