Electronic parts are considered a high risk item for counterfeiting and malicious modification by adversaries who have growing access to defense supply chains. Conventional technologies for the detection of supply chain risks in multiple threat categories is perennially deficient, and have been proven in multiple independent studies to allow for a significant flow of counterfeit and potentially subverted parts into the defense supply chain. Nokomis Advanced Detection of Electronic Counterfeits (ADEC) technology has been demonstrated capable of providing reliable coverage to a broader range of supply chain threats than that afforded by conventional methods. ADEC operates by automatically analyzing the unintended radiated emissions of an electronic part. As these emissions are causally dependent on device circuitry, counterfeit and cyber physical threat modalities that degrade, distort, or alter part circuitry can be reliably detected using ADEC.