Using Intelligence To Safeguard Your Supply Chain Against Cyber Risks

Hosted by (ISC)2: On-Demand Webinar

Security teams are undergoing pressure to monitor and respond to indirect threats to their organisation. New thinking about safeguarding your supply chain has expanded beyond just stolen certificates and code injections targeting your software vendors. Phishing, ransomware, and spyware attacks against any of your partners can also disrupt business continuity or disclose sensitive data that affects you.

Join Silobreaker and (ISC)²  to learn about some of the most recent supply chain incidents and best practices to build an effective intelligence programme, helping you navigate the threats beyond your control.

In this webinar, you will learn:

• The impact of recent supply chain incidents

• How to monitor compromised vendors across your supply chain

• How to identify when specific threats and risks are trending up so you can be ready to respond

Best practices to build an effective intelligence programme that addresses your risks, without overloading your analysts

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