Introduction to NIST Supply Chain Risk Management training course is a 2-day workshop style that identifies policies and guidelines related to supply chain governance. The course covers Cybersecurity Supply Chain Risk Management (C-SCRM) framework and the implementation steps.
Organizations shall be concerned about the risks associated with products and services that may potentially contain malicious functionality, are counterfeit, or are vulnerable due to poor manufacturing and development practices within the supply chain. There are multiple risks associated with an enterprise’s decreased visibility into and understanding of how the technology they acquire is developed, integrated, and deployed or the processes, procedures, standards, and practices used to ensure the security, resilience, reliability, safety, integrity, and quality of the products and services. Introduction to NIST Supply Chain Risk Management training course provides guidance to organizations on identifying, assessing, and mitigating cybersecurity risks throughout the supply chain at all levels of their involvements. participants will learn how to integrate cybersecurity supply chain risk management (C-SCRM) into risk management activities by applying a multilevel, C-SCRM-specific approach, including development of C-SCRM strategy implementation plans, C-SCRM policies, C-SCRM plans, and risk assessments for products and services.
- Understand the fundamentals of supply chain risk management.
- Explore the key principles outlined by NIST in supply chain risk management.
- Learn to identify and assess potential risks within a supply chain.
- Examine strategies for mitigating and managing supply chain risks.
- Gain insights into the role of technology in enhancing supply chain resilience.
- Explore case studies and real-world examples of supply chain risk management.