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Third Party Supplier Security: The supply chain challenge

As supply chains become increasingly complex, and efficiency savings motivate companies to outsource business processes, service providers continue to be a primary vector for information security risks. In part this is because of the lack of usable, consistent standards for suppliers. Many suppliers are small and do not have the resources to adequately implement widely-accepted information security standards, leading to data breaches such as that of US retailer Target in Dec 2013. We also continue to see the mistaken belief that information risk is something others need to think about. This webcast will offer solutions to some of these challenges and also discuss the issue of more widespread education and communication of threats and how they might be better managed throughout the global supply chain.
Recorded Feb 4 2015 48 mins
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Steve will be sharing thought leadership and guidance drawn from ISF Members (which include many of the world’s leading Fortune and Forbes listed organisations) on how to address the following issues facing businesses and their security teams.

1. Cyber attack trends
2. EU GDPR regulations
3. The role of the end user
4. Critical Asset Management
5. Protecting against the evolving threatscape
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