Securing the Cyber/Software Supply Chain

Date

Feb 09 2023

Time

ET
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Event Type

Virtual Workshop
The Executive Branch has made it clear the United States needs a more resilient and secure supply chain to ensure economic prosperity and national security. The supply chain is only truly secure when all entities throughout the public sector supply chain carry out effective and coordinated security measures to ensure the integrity of supply chain data, the safety of goods, and the security of the respective agency. This virtual workshop will review key practices in cyber supply chain risk management, including how to develop a strategy that contains standards, information sharing, and involvement of all the stakeholders.

AGENDA

1:00pm

Welcome and Opening Remarks

Mike-Smoyer

Mike Smoyer, President, Digital Government Institute

1:00pm

Managing Cybersecurity-Supply Chain Risks: Key Practices, Priorities, and Challenges

Angela Smith

Angela Smith, C-SCRM Technical Lead, NIST

1:30pm

Mitigating Software Supply Chain Threats

speaker

Speaker TBD

2:00pm

Don’t Take Code from Strangers

speaker

Bryant Schuck, Senior Product Manager, Checkmarx

2:15pm

Securing the Software Supply Chain: NASA’s Opportunities and Challenges

Kanitra Tyler

Kanitra Tyler, Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) Service Element Lead, NASA

2:30pm

Rules before Tools

Brian Paap

Brian Paap, Supply-Chain Technical Operational and Risk Management (STORM) Lead, CISA

3:00pm

Closing Comments

REGISTRATION

REGISTER
  • CPE CREDITS: 2.0

In order receive CPE credit, attendees must fulfill all of these requirements:

  • Attend the entire program
  • Respond to all poll questions
  • Complete and submit the post-event survey

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