The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies hosted a discussion on policy solutions to the "supply chain threat."
Experts addressed the problem of ensuring the integrity of components in critical infrastructure supply chains and the risk posed by compromised components and software in computer-controlled systems.
Panelists included: National Security Agency Director's Special Assistant for Cyber Dennis Bartko, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manufacturing and the Industrial Base Brett Lambert and Department of Homeland Security Deputy Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity Roberta Stempfley.
Former FCC Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau Chief Jamie Barnett, Jr., RDML USNR (Ret.), moderated the conversation. He currently serves as Senior Vice President of Academic Programs and Research at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies.