In response to continuous malicious cybersecurity incidents which have impacted critical infrastructure, the economy and humanity’s basic needs, the U.S. Federal Government announced the U.S. Executive Order 14028. The order sets up a framework to help protect public and private sector organizations from supply chain and other types of breaches.
The order highlights the need for organizations to establish baseline security standards. It also aims to help organizations protect against and detect and respond to cybersecurity threats by instilling best practices defined in guidelines from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Zero Trust frameworks. X-Force offensive and defensive security services can help you build security into your software development supply chain by helping identify and mitigate high risk vulnerabilities that attackers may target.
Perform tool-based and manual testing against applications in the software development lifecycle to find high risk vulnerabilities such as business logic and SQL injection flaws.
Uncover and fix source code vulnerabilities exposing your most important applications to an attacker.
Provide advanced protection from cyber threats across the supply chain with a zero trust strategy.
Integrate security into every phase of your cloud journey with IBM Security cloud security solutions.
The NIST Cybersecurity Framework provides comprehensive guidance and best practices that private sector organizations can follow to improve information security and cybersecurity risk management.
Help protect your organization’s data from ransomware threats that can hold it hostage.
Understand your cyber risks with the X-Force Threat Intelligence Index.