NISTIR 7622 – Notional Supply Chain Risk Management Practices for Federal Information Systems, October 2012

New from NIST … Another example of work that includes “counterfeiting” as a major component of more broad problem encompassing supply chain risks such as “tampering”, “reduced or unwanted functionality”, “malicious content”, etc.

NISTIR 7622 – Notional Supply Chain Risk Management Practices for Federal Information Systems, October 2012

“This publication is intended to provide a wide array of practices that, when implemented, will help mitigate supply chain risk to federal information systems. It seeks to equip federal departments and agencies with a notional set of repeatable and commercially reasonable supply chain assurance methods and practices that offer a means to obtain an understanding of, and visibility throughout, the supply chain….”

NISTIR 7622

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2 thoughts on “NISTIR 7622 – Notional Supply Chain Risk Management Practices for Federal Information Systems, October 2012

  1. Pretty comprehensive guidance. Now to implement.

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