Exiger, InterSec win $7M DOI contract for cyber supply chain management

Exiger and InterSec have been awarded a $7 million contract by the Department of the Interior (DOI). The contract, which will unfold over a five-year period, is aimed at providing the DOI with enterprise cyber supply chain risk management (C-SCRM) services, including both labor and software.

The agreement between the DOI and these two companies is designed to enhance the management of supply chains for corporations, government agencies, and banks.

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