Date: 20 July 2020, Monday
Time: 2:30 pm MYT
As companies restart their activities post COVID-19, the supply chain is expected to be re-looked to become more resilient to disruptions from single sources and new initiatives of near-shoring and regionalisation with globalization are expected. Supply chain of the new normal will become increasing digitalised and connected.
While companies have become increasingly aware of the Cybersecurity risks and are working on the betterment of their Cybersecurity stance, attackers have evolved to looking to attack the critical suppliers of the large companies. This way, they could still get the information that they need without directly attacking the large company.
This gives rise to a holistic approach for companies to look at their suppliers and increase their Cybersecurity stance as well.
Charter of Trust has published 17 baseline requirements as part of the digital supply chain security. These baseline requirements form the fundamental cybersecurity base for the supply chain. They have been developed from best practices and are in alignment with a number of international frameworks, standards, and guidelines (e.g. ISO 27001 & 20243, IEC 62443, NIST CSF, METI CPSF, etc.).
These baseline requirements forming the fundamental cybersecurity base for the supply chain have been developed from best practices and are in alignment with a number of international frameworks, standards, and guidelines (e.g. ISO 27001 & 20243, IEC 62443, NIST CSF, METI CPSF, etc.).
The disruption to a company's supply chain can have devastating impact on the production and operations. Companies will have to make sure that their supply chain is resilient to disruptions and cyber-attacks as the supply chain gets increasingly digitalised. The ability of securing a resilient supply chain greatly depends on the ability to withstand cyber-attacks.
To help you understand the key concepts, TÜV SÜD’s expert will speak in detail about all the significant elements related to digital supply chain security with focus on the Charter of Trust baseline requirements and industry best practices. Webinar details are as below:
Date: 20 July 2020
Time: 2:30 pm MYT
Duration: 1 Hour 15 min
Speakers: TÜV SÜD’s Experts
We strongly recommend that you undertake the New Normal Post-COVID: Make Your Supply Chain Resilient to Cyber Threats. Introduction to Charter of Trust and Industry Best Practices webinar. A comprehensive session with TÜV SÜD will help answer the questions and challenges you have regarding chemical testing and chemical management.
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