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Seeking government contracts? Get your cyber act together

Rising cyberattack frequency emphasizes the importance of cyber supply chain risk management (C-SCRM). New regulations demand companies interested in federal contracting to prioritize C-SCRM with the support of Software Bill of Materials (SBOMs). In order to gain federal government trust, companies must incorporate this cyber-hygiene strategy, staying updated with new cybersecurity insights and tools, and collaborate closely with regulators. Considering it as a long-term business investment, transparency promotes trust in the federal government sector, positioning the company strongly amidst data breach threats.

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