Supply chains can be large and complex, involving many suppliers doing many different things. Effectively securing the supply chain can be difficult as vulnerabilities can be inherent, or can be introduced and exploited at any point in the supply chain. A vulnerable supply chain can cause severe damage and disruption. The reputational and financial costs of dealing with cyber attacks can be significant.
The NCSC has designed a set of 12 Principles around supply chain security to help you gain and maintain the necessary level of control over your supply chain.