ISMG Virtual Roundtable Discussion
Securing Your Supply Chain with Collective Defense
Going back as far as the Target hack, it’s been widely accepted that weak links in the supply chain are among enterprises’ biggest breach risks. In fact, Accenture says that supply chain attacks now account for 40% of security breaches.
And supply chain risks have only grown since the advent of COVID-19. Now it’s not just a question of who has access to your data – but from where, via what devices, through whose network? And, of course, it’s not just a question of your direct suppliers’ cybersecurity practices, but also how secure are their own supply chains?
What are the most common supply chain risks? Where are the gaps in traditional supply chain risk management? How can NDR and collective defense help improve your defenses?
Please join ISMG’s Scott Ferguson for an exclusive Virtual Roundtable that will draw from the experiences of the attendees, offering thoughts on how to improve supply chain security.
Discussion topics will include:
- How has your supply chain attack surface grown and morphed?
- How do you current detect and respond to supply chain risks?
- What are the gaps in your current defenses?
Joining Scott to provide expert insight and case studies is Bill Swearingen, CyberStrategist at IronNet Cybersecurity.