|Cybersecurity in Logistic and Supply Chain Management||2 days|
|Digital Supply Chain Security||2 days|
|Introduction to NIST Supply Chain Risk Management||2 days|
|Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) Workshop||2 days|
Supply chain cyber security is much more than an IT problem – yet, many organizations are simply not aware of the scope of the danger and the actions they can take in response.
The security of all suppliers and partners directly affects the organization. In fact, studies show that a staggering 66% of supply chain cyberattacks exploited trust in suppliers’ security. If payment data gets compromised, the information about those organizations’ customers is also at risk. Suppliers and organizations are also responsible for sending consumers’ data, which is a common target for cyberattacks.
That’s why the goal of Supply Chain Cyber Security courses by Tonex is to help organizations identify, analyze and mitigate the risks inherent in working with other organization as part of a supply chain.
Participants in our Supply Chain Cyber Security courses learn how to complete a thorough risk assessment, an analysis that looks into every level of an organization from physical security to the individual cybersecurity of each employee.
It’s also critical to learn about safety measures in place at other levels of the relevant supply chain. This could include contacting suppliers or scheduling a meeting with representatives to discuss security and risk management methods, which everyone will benefit from.
The supply chain is only as strong as the link with the weakest cybersecurity and risk management policies.
Supply Chain Cyber Security courses also cover the value of putting strong security measures into action. Technology can help cover this ground. For example, artificial intelligence (AI) is a valuable tool for improving resilience within the supply chain especially when it comes to cybersecurity.
AI solutions function like 24/7 virtual security guards. They often use pattern recognition and data collection to rapidly identify anything out of the ordinary such as cyber intruders.
Also learn how implementing company-wide cybersecurity training programs help with supply chain cyber security, as does making certain all personal devices have been updated and reliable security software installed.
You might also come away from our Supply Chain Cyber Security courses with a better understanding of how hiring a dedicated cybersecurity officer to professionally oversee the implementation of all security strategies fits into an effective supply chain cyber security plan.
Above all else, learn how to develop your defenses based on the principle that your systems will be breached. When one starts from the premise that a breach is inevitable, it changes the decision matrix on next steps.
The question then becomes not just how to prevent a breach, but how to mitigate an attacker’s ability to exploit the information they have accessed and how to recover from the breach.