|T1195.001||Compromise Software Dependencies and Development Tools|
|T1195.002||Compromise Software Supply Chain|
|T1195.003||Compromise Hardware Supply Chain|
Adversaries may manipulate hardware components in products prior to receipt by a final consumer for the purpose of data or system compromise. By modifying hardware or firmware in the supply chain, adversaries can insert a backdoor into consumer networks that may be difficult to detect and give the adversary a high degree of control over the system. Hardware backdoors may be inserted into various devices, such as servers, workstations, network infrastructure, or peripherals.
Use Trusted Platform Module technology and a secure or trusted boot process to prevent system integrity from being compromised. Check the integrity of the existing BIOS or EFI to determine if it is vulnerable to modification.  
|ID||Data Source||Data Component||Detects|
|DS0013||Sensor Health||Host Status||
Perform physical inspection of hardware to look for potential tampering. Perform integrity checking on pre-OS boot mechanisms that can be manipulated for malicious purposes and and compare against known good baseline behavior.