Chains of transmission: Managing your critical cyber supply chain
It is no surprise how interdependent and interconnected our economies are, and that certainly applies to organisations at a micro-level as well. Today, many organisations rely on third party suppliers or vendors, from managed service providers for IT, to cloud storage providers, or even computer software’s for their firm. Additionally, the flow of more traditional goods and services can also grind to a halt if a cyber event disrupts a key supplier in their ecosystem.
As recently explored in our third instalment of the Marsh cyber risk masterclass series, this makes supply chain cyber threats a real risk for Australian businesses. Unfortunately, when many businesses consider cyber risks, most of the focus by default tends to be on their environment, their processes and their controls, however what often gets overlooked is their supply chain, leaving many organisations vulnerable. To help you manage your critical cyber supply chain,
Marsh’s third Cyber Risk Masterclass explores:
- A deep-dive into both technological and non-technological supply chains;
- An understanding of the critical risks illustrated by real-world examples; and
- Tips on how organisations can better manage their critical supply chain risk.
We also highlight the importance for organisations to have more frequent and transparent conversations with their suppliers on the controls and protocols that they have in place to ensure they are prepared when it comes to cyber and data security. For these insights and more, watch the replay below.
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