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The Strongest Link – Building Cyber Resilience in Your Supply Chain

Supply chains are well-known sources of considerable advantage, but recent events have shown that they can also be sources of considerable risk.
In the shadow of the SolarWinds and Sunburst incidents, it is imperative that organisations understand the risks that exist in their supply chain – especially when it comes to cyber risk.
Please join experts from Archer and RiskRecon for an examination of the lasting implications of these incidents, and - more importantly - the steps you can take to better manage your digital supply chain risk.
Recorded Sep 10 2021 61 mins
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Kelly White, Co-Founder & CEO RiskRecon and Justin Dundas-Smith, Strategic Alliances Lead Archer
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    Supply chains are well-known sources of considerable advantage, but recent events have shown that they can also be sources of considerable risk.
    In the shadow of the SolarWinds and Sunburst incidents, it is imperative that organisations understand the risks that exist in their supply chain – especially when it comes to cyber risk.
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