Supply Chain Security and 5G: Government and Industry Perspectives on Countering Threats

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Securing the nation’s supply chain and building out next-generation 5G networks are top priorities for the government and the telecommunications and IT industries, underscored by President Trump’s recent order aimed at foreign threats, which comes amid heightened concerns about China.  Also as part of those efforts, the Department of Homeland Security has formed a supply-chain security task force with industry leaders to develop an “action plan” affecting all sectors including energy, financial services, critical manufacturing and the defense industrial base.

Join us for this webinar, co-hosted by USTelecom and Inside Cybersecurity, examining the status of the DHS Information and Communications Technology Supply Chain Risk Management Task Force and how its upcoming recommendations will affect you and your organization.  Learn about the status of the DHS ICT task force “work streams” including improving information sharing, identifying threats, establishing a qualified bidder and supplier list, and more.

Supply-chain cybersecurity has emerged as the key issue for government and industry alike, and 5G has become the focal point.


Charlie Mitchell, Chief Editor, Inside Cybersecurity


Robert Kolasky, National Risk Management Center Director, DHS
Robert Mayer, Senior Vice President, Cybersecurity USTelecom
John Miller, Vice President of Policy and Senior Counsel, Information Technology Industry Council

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