How to Reduce Supply Chain Risk: Lessons from Efforts to Block Huawei


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There has been intense scrutiny on Huawei, ranging from their software development processes to allegations of backdoors. While it may be debated if Huawei is a pawn in a trade war or a national security risks, it reinforces the importance of knowing one’s ecosystem. This session will use Huawei as a case study for best practices to assess risk and provide transparency to all stakeholders.


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Bruce Schneier

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Security Technologist, Researcher, and Lecturer, Harvard Kennedy School

Craig Spiezle

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Founder, Agelight Advisory and Research Group

Donald (Andy) Purdy

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Chief Security Officer, Huawei Technologies USA

Kathryn Waldron

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Fellow, R Street Institute

Katie Arrington

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Cyber Information Security Officer of Acquisitions, US Dept of Defense / OUSD for Acquisitions

Technology Infrastructure & Operations Protecting Data & the Supply Chain Ecosystem Mobile & IoT Security Hackers & Threats

supply chain risk & vulnerability assessment Internet of Things hackers & threats critical infrastructure


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