The world recently came face-to-face with supply chain risk when nation-state hackers breached government and business alike through SolarWinds servers and other attack vectors. But supply chain controversies are nothing new to the telecommunications industry hardened by debates over Huawei.

The Telecommunication Industry Association (TIA), an industry group and standards body, recently released an interim white paper on efforts toward development of a supply chain standard for information and communications technology (ICT). SC Media spoke to TIA CEO David Stehlin about the risks, and how an emerging standard could thwart them. 

How does TIA approach a supply chain standard? 

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