Securing Your Supply Chain from Cyberattacks
Part 1 – The Need for Cybersecurity.
Until recently, the manufacturing industry wasn’t overly worried about the threat of cyberattacks. But priorities have shifted since major ransomware attacks such as WannaCry, NotPetya, Stuxnet, and now EKANS have impacted large manufacturers such as Apple, Boeing, Dupont, Shell, and more. These companies are now looking for effective ways to avoid disruption and monetary losses due to malware attacks.
Prevent cyberattacks with comprehensive third-party access control.
Start by understanding the current threat landscape across the manufacturing industry, and learn why third-party access control is crucial to preventing cyberattacks across devices, systems, and software. In this eBook, you’ll learn how:
- The attack surfaces are expanding across the supply chain — and how this can put your company at risk.
- A strong cybersecurity strategy can reduce attacks. Consider that organizations with a strong security stance saw only 9 security breaches per year compared to 22 per year for less secure companies.
- Enterprise leaders can minimize the impact of data breaches and accelerate recovery. A strong security strategy that includes third-party access management and control can give organizations a huge advantage when it comes to reducing the impact of security breaches.
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Enterprises that adopt a strong security stance reported that 83% of all security breaches resulted in either minor or no impact to business operations.