Generation and sharing of data are predicted to grow rapidly over the next decade, particularly as businesses increasingly rely on the Internet of Things to inform decision making throughout the supply chain. But with this explosion in the datasphere comes a similar growth in companies' exposure and vulnerability to cybercrime. What cyber threats are organizations now facing? How can they protect themselves and their supply chains from cyberattacks going forward?
What You Will Learn
- How cybercriminals target unsuspecting employees to penetrate company networks
- Why executive management needs to take a lead role in ensuring their company's digital security
- How to develop a cybersecurity risk management plan
- Best practices for securing your supply chain against cyberattack
- How blockchain is emerging as a potential solution for securing digital supply chains
Meet the Author
John Simpson has worked as a writer, editor, and reporter for three decades, serving stints at National Geographic and the American Institute of Architects along the way. Much of his work has focused on the impact of technology on the energy, manufacturing, and financial services industries. More recently, he covered developments in the electronics and related markets for the thought leadership journal IHS Quarterly and Engineering360.com.