The US Department of Defense has revealed that it is distributing a list of foreign software suppliers it wants the military and its suppliers to avoid. The list was started six months ago.
The news comes just days after a US government report on cyber espionage by China, Russia and Iran warned that software supply chains are increasingly under attack.
Due to “specific issues”, the Pentagon is circulating a do not buy list of software that does not meet “national security standards”, without giving any specific details, reports the Defense One news site.
The Pentagon has drawn up a list of software suppliers that it wants the US military and defence contractors to avoid due to fears of risks to national security Share this item with your network: