The NSA has advice for protecting the smallest elements in the nation’s critical infrastructure

You could think of integrated circuits (chips), as the smallest building blocks in the nation’s critical infrastructure. Recently, the National Security Agency (NSA) issued detailed guidance on keeping what it called “adversarial influence” out of microelectronics used in Defense Department systems. For more, Federal Drive host Tom Temin spoke with Neal Ziring, Technical Director of NSA’s Capabilities Directorate.
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