A supply chain is a network of individuals, organisations, and resources producing and distributing a product or service to the end customer. It includes all the processes involved in sourcing, manufacturing, transporting and delivering products or services to customers. Cyber risks in the supply chain are increasing as cybercriminals increasingly target suppliers and other third-party entities to access larger organisations. As a result, organisations must take proactive steps to secure their supply chains and minimise the risk of cyber attacks.
A comic strip on staying ahead of supply chain cyber attacks
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Why the absence of security awareness training is a threat to the Supply chain industry?
The absence of security awareness training is a significant threat to the supply chain industry. This is because the supply chain involves numerous entities and individuals who may not be aware of the potential security risks associated with their actions or processes. Without proper training, they may not be aware of the risks associated with their actions, potentially leading to data breaches, malware infections, and other security incidents.