The Supply Chain Threat

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Over 41 years at NSA, Richard George saw a number of real-world supply chain attacks of various types. He will present some of these examples, then talk about the threat they presented and how the intentional weaknesses were inserted. He’ll also discuss the reaction when these attacks were brought to the attention of the companies and FBI, and what can be done to address this threat.

Learning Objectives:
1: Understand the significance and breadth of supply chain attacks.
2: Learn about mitigation methods to use today.
3: Learn from interesting stories of actual events.

Richard George


Senior Advisor for Cyber Security, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab

Analytics Intelligence & Response

cyber warfare & cyber weapons insider threats physical security security awareness critical infrastructure



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