Current events demonstrate the potential for severe disruptions to services and product streams that we all rely on. Cybersecurity and Cyber Supply Chain Risk Management continue to be front-of-mind for federal agencies and risk managers. This session will highlight key strategies and tools presented in recent guidance issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on these subjects to support effective risk reporting and integration with enterprise risk management efforts, and will provide lessons learned from practitioners.
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