Five Defense Firms Join Supply Chain Cybersecurity Task Force | ExecutiveBiz

The Defense Industrial Base Sector Coordinating Council has named BAE Systems, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon as founding members of a task force that aims to protect controlled unclassified information across the supply chain.

The Supply Chain Cybersecurity Industry Task Force, led by Lockheed Chief Information Security Officer Mike Gordon, represents a collaboration among defense companies to share data and increase resilience of the industrial complex, DIB SCC said Wednesday.

“Our objective is to help identify and implement adversarial-focused solutions that enhance the cyber posture of companies throughout the multi-tier supply chain,” said Gordon.

Source: Five Defense Firms Join Supply Chain Cybersecurity Task Force | ExecutiveBiz

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