Fortifying Cyber Defense: How to Act Now to Protect Global Supply Chains

Fortifying Cyber Defense: How to Act Now to Protect Global Supply Chains

Jun 30, 2021

This webinar was hosted by Ignyte Assurance Platform and Federal Publication Seminars on 18 June 2021.

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), under the Department of Homeland Security, launches a campaign to reduce the risk of ransomware. Following an executive order signed by President Biden on May 12, 2021, which aims to increase cybersecurity defenses and resiliency against nation-state data exfiltration and hold global criminals accountable for ransomware attacks.

As we’ve seen with the Solar Winds and Colonial Pipeline hacks, cybercrime isn’t limited to government organizations. In fact, both public and private sectors are vulnerable to an all-too-common type of cyber attack which exposed the gaps in U.S. cyber defenses. New standards such as Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) are becoming required compliance and cyber hygiene minimum for all organizations involved in the federal supply chain.

This webinar is designed for federal contractors and companies that provide critical infrastructure or any type of software to the government. Our guests and leading data security and compliance experts will explain how both public and private sector organizations need to act now to protect global software supply chains that affect government and private sector computer systems.

Knowing exactly where your cybersecurity and compliance gaps are and the solutions needed to implement and fix them is central to your success. Early adopters demonstrating high security & compliance postures are positioned to win more business over laggards.