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CISA Task Force Makes Progress in Supply Chain Security

A Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency task force aimed at identifying and developing strategies to improve information communications technology supply chain security is emphasizing public-private partnerships and international collaboration with allies as key steps to risk management.

The group, called Information and Communications Technology Supply Chain Risk Management Task Force comprising 20 federal partners and 40 industry members, highlighted its findings and recommendations in its first interim report released last month.

The report, which the task force’s co-chairs presented before the House Homeland Security Committee Wednesday, details two key takeaways: information-sharing between federal and industry partners remains a priority, and the global supply chain threat landscape is diverse.

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