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A key challenge for government and commercial organizations is managing risk associated with the supply chain. That’s where CyberCore comes in – and Tina Kuhn is helping lead the charge. Since coming onboard the Elkridge, Md.-based company in mid-October, Kuhn has been guiding CyberCore toward greater delivery of supply chain risk management, value added reselling, managed services for insider threat and cyber operations, and professional services for government and commercial customers.
Why watch: A supply chain attack seeking to damage an organization by targeting less-secure elements in the supply network can happen at any time. Kuhn’s work – and CyberCore’s focus – is part of a larger conversation to ensure such scenarios are kept at bay. The company has the credentials to lead the charge: It’s one of the few U.S.-based companies with ISO 28000 certification – and was ranked No. 4 in cybersecurity this past year by Baltimore Business Journal.