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Network Security must be built-in and not bolted-on. TIA QuEST Forum’s SCS 9001 Cyber/Supply Chain Security Standard is designed holistically to secure ICT networks using proven processes, controls and measures to continually improve security performance and align with demands from emerging regulations globally.

The QuEST Forum participants are expanding the scope of SCS 9001 to include IoT supply chain security. Its underlying process-based architecture is a systematic, repeatable framework that easily applies to the IoT industry.

TIA has completed a detailed analysis of the C/SCRM baseline requirements and created a simple checklist intended to help Eligible Entities determine whether the operating plans submitted by the subgrantee’s reflect those baseline requirements.

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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