Industry must evolve to meet cyber security threats in the delivery of trustworthy COTS Information Technology (IT) products. There are several published guidelines, requirements, and recommendations intended to create a business benefit in terms of reducing the risk of acquiring maliciously tainted or counterfeit products. However, until comprehensive policies, procedures, and monitoring capabilities are developed, documented, and implemented, it is more likely that national security-related agencies will rely on security measures that are inadequate, ineffective, or inefficient to manage emergent IT supply chain risks. CyberCore Technologies, as a supplier of IT products, a system integrator, and a managed services provider is implementing supply chain risk management (SCRM) today to address multiple levels of risk while delivering affordable trustworthiness. CyberCore Technologies SCRM approach, called CoreSCM€ is presented as an example of a management practice focused on ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of COTS IT products.
Mike Myers, President, CyberCore Technologies
Mike has been with CyberCore Technologies since January 2013. Mike has over 25 years of senior level experience within the intelligence community. Mike is looking forward to leading CyberCore Technologies to the next level. He understands the value of feedback and welcomes any ideas with an open door policy.
CISSP® 2014 Study Groups
Spring: 4 Mar - 3 Jun 2014
Fall: 2 Sep - 9 Dec 2014
Registration for the ISSA Baltimore Spring 2014 CISSP® Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) Study Group and exam preparation will open early January 2014.
The primary goal of the Information Systems Security Association, Inc. (ISSA) is to promote management practices that will ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of organizational information resources. ISSA is dedicated to providing resources to such people and organizations, as well as to generally raising the level of security and data privacy consciousness among information systems personnel in all organizations. The Baltimore Chapter is a local resource to be used by members and non-members alike.