Cyber Security Risks in the Supply Chain

September 15, 2016 Yovana U. Samy-Duchesne

Cyber Security: Attacks and data breaches are the second leading causes of supply chain disruptions— outdone only by unplanned IT or telecommunications outages. The very nature of global supply chains demands that companies exchange sensitive information with multiple partners, some of them several tiers removed from the manufacturer. Their ability to protect data can be highly variable. Internet thieves and predators are looking to take advantage of the slightest weakness.

Read this whitepaper to learn more on how cyber security has become a dangerous vulnerability in supply chain during the past decade and what a due diligence framework for how to address it.


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