The Supply Chain Security System of Trust: A Framework for the Concerns Blocking Trust in Supplies, Suppliers, and Services

Posted June 5, 2020 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies, Data Analytics & Digital Technologies Cutter Business Technology Journal
Robert A. Martin addresses the complete ecosystem involved in the procurement of products and services. What does it mean to trust that what you buy, and the organizations that sell to you, meet all the conditions required to merit your trust? Martin describes the elements of a system of trust for supply chain security that is currently under development and is based on collecting information from a wide community of procurement departments and standards organizations.
About The Author
Robert Martin
Robert A. Martin is a Senior Principal Engineer in MITRE’s Cyber Solutions division. For the past 38 years at MITRE, his efforts have focused on the interplay of enterprise risk management, cybersecurity assessment standardization, critical infrastructure protection, and managing risks from software-based technologies and services. Mr. Martin is a member of the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) Steering Committee, the Consortium for IT… Read More
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