Supply chain poisoning is an imminent concern

By Prayukth K V
March 11, 2021
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Recently, the Government Accountability Office, the US government watchdog found that cybersecurity practices for 5 major weapon systems were inadequate. There were security gaps in the acquisition process, with three of five programs reviewed lacking any cybersecurity requirements in their contract awards.

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This also means:

  • Supply chain poisoning and contamination and trojanising input lines remains a source of concern
  • Critical projects could be compromised at will by hacker groups
  • Core system and infrastructure can be rendered inoperable or inaccessible during times of crisis to degrade the quality of response
  • Laterally moving malware could target other wings of the US government as well by exploiting such vulnerabilities

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