Supply Chain Management
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|Supply Chain Management|
|NIST SP 800-53 Rev. 4||SA-12|
Implement a supply chain management program, including policies and procedures to ensure all devices and components originate from a trusted supplier and are tested to verify their integrity.
Techniques Addressed by Mitigation
|Supply Chain Compromise||A supply chain management program should include methods the assess the trustworthiness and technical maturity of a supplier, along with technical methods (e.g., code-signing, bill of materials) needed to validate the integrity of newly obtained devices and components. Develop procurement language that emphasizes the expectations for suppliers regarding the artifacts, audit records, and technical capabilities needed to validate the integrity of the device’s supply chain.1|