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Cyber & Supply
Chain Security

TIA QuEST Forum's SCS 9001 Cyber and Supply Chain Security Standard has been designed with a holistic approach to ensure the security of ICT networks. By utilizing proven processes, controls, and measures, it continuously enhances security performance and aligns with emerging regulations worldwide.

With the release of SCS 9001 2.0, we are introducing a more comprehensive global cyber and supply chain security standard that can be adapted to all digital technologies, applications, and industry sectors. This standard aims to meet the demands of today's market while staying aligned with evolving government legislation and industry initiatives.

TIA has completed a detailed analysis of the C/SCRM baseline requirements and created a simple checklist intended to help organization measure their performance against the requirements described in various government programs such as BEAD and Enhanced A-CAM.


Introducing Broadband Nation, a National Workforce Development Program, to attract, train and deliver the next generation of broadband talent at the local, state and national level.

The Costa Rican government becomes the first in Latin America to mandate that vendors certify to the SCS 9001 Supply Chain Security standard.

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Transformation. In a word, it’s what every player in the global information and communications technology (ICT) industry faces today. Millions of users from every corner of the globe coming onto the network. From remote locations in the Middle East and Africa to bustling urban epicenters in Europe and North America, these users are lighting up the network with billions of bandwidth-hungry devices. And with it, they are transforming the way in which network service must be delivered.


Technology Programs

As the ICT market remains immersed in a period of rapid transformation, TIA works diligently to stay ahead of the change.



Digital transformation. New business models. The change imperative is disrupting conventional thinking and empowering innovation.



TIA is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as a standards developing organization (SDO).



As the ICT market remains immersed in a period of rapid transformation, TIA works diligently to stay ahead of the change.


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