The Global Mining and Metals Information Sharing and Analysis Centre (MM-ISAC) is pleased to announce the mining supply chain cyber resiliency program’s launch.

This program, open to all suppliers serving the mining and metals industry, aims to improve the mining industry’s cyber resiliency by encouraging improvements and coordination of cybersecurity efforts.

Participating suppliers will have their security posture assessed through a combination of external network scanning and an annual survey, resulting in a “Security Nutrition Label” that they can display showing customers their commitment to improved cybersecurity.  The survey results can also be shared with MM-ISAC member companies, meeting the vendor security management requirements of those organizations.

MM-ISAC is currently recruiting 5-10 suppliers to participate in the initial pilot to refine the questionnaire and processes.  For more information, please contact Cherie Burgett, Director of ISAC operations.