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How the SolarWinds hack helped shape DHS’s approach to supply chain security

November 16, 2021
The Department of Homeland Security signage in Washington. Kenneth Bible, the chief information security officer of the Department of Homeland Security, recalled the methodical response to the SolarWinds hack that ultimately contributed to a new framework at DHS for securing the supply chain. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Kenneth Bible, DHS
Jill Aitoro

SC Media Editor in Chief Jill Aitoro has 20 years of experience editing and reporting on technology, business and policy. She also serves as editorial director at SC Media’s parent company, CyberRisk Alliance. Prior to joining CRA, she worked at Sightline Media as editor of Defense News and executive editor of the Business-to-Government Group. She previously worked at Washington Business Journal and Nextgov, covering federal technology, contracting and policy, as well as CMP Media’s VARBusiness and CRN and Penton Media’s iSeries News.

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