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2 ppt final dan shoemaker dd1 stockholm presentation

  1. 1. Getting the Workforce toFactor Enterprise Risk into Outsourcing Decisions
  2. 2. What is Supply Chain Risk Management?• Supply chain risk management (SCRM) ensures that the enterprise’s sourced products (HW&SW) and services are functionally correct• SCRM encompasses five different categories of risk* 1. Installation of malicious logic in hardware or software 2. Installation of counterfeit hardware or software 3. Failure or disruption in the production or distribution of a critical product or service 4. Reliance upon a malicious or unqualified supplier 5. Installation of unintentional vulnerabilities * US General Accounting Office (GAO) March 23, 2012 p. 12
  3. 3. What is Supply Chain Risk Management?• The key outcome of -SCRM is that it guarantees that an organization’s sourced products do what they are intended to do and only that• SCRM is enforced through a system-of-systems Enterprise Security Framework (ESF) of controls• Mitigations are designed and deployed through a formal criticality analysis and prioritization scheme (defense in depth)• The aim of SCRM is to ensure that we fully understand all meaningful risks (to the enterprise) when arriving at a make-buy decision?
  4. 4. Building a Unified Body Practice for SCRM• Practices from a ange of conventional fields could conceivably be part of a unified body of practice for ICT supply chain risk management – hardware and software engineering – systems engineering – information systems security engineering – Safety – Reliability – Testing – information assurance – project management – Intelligence – Legal – International relations
  5. 5. A Short Conclusion• The problem addressed by our initiative is, how to manage enterprise-risk from globally sourced ICT sub-components- that may not function as anticipated and may in fact have undesired functionality”• It is critical to get enterprise risk under control since most of of society’s functionality/capability is dependent on ICT sub-components• We hope that we can enlist your help and support in developing and finalizing a correct and relevant unified concept
  6. 6. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTIONDan Shoemaker, PhD, Director and Senior Research ScientistGlobal EdICT - Supporting Don Davidson, Chief of Outreach Globalization Task Force (GTF) OASD-NII / DoD CIOdan.shoemaker@att.net

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