Extending intelligence sharing and collective defense to their supply chain partners is critical for organizations. Learn how to mitigate the risk of your partners becoming conduits for enterprise breaches.
Supply chain cybersecurity is a critical concern for businesses as more organizations rely on digital platforms. While your organization may invest heavily in security and threat intelligence, your suppliers often don’t have the resources or skills to meet your security standards. Large enterprises have thousands of suppliers and many of these are small/mid-sized businesses, making them prime targets and conduits for enterprise breaches.
Many intelligence sharing communities have emerged including ISACs and ISAOs, that enable members to share up-to-date intelligence with peers and automate actions to stop new threats. This webinar will focus on the need to expand on this threat sharing model, while enabling enterprises to collaborate more closely with their suppliers, sharing intel on IOCs, advisories, and vulnerabilities, while collaborating on threat handling and crisis management.
Join security collaboration experts from Cyware for an interactive discussion of how to overcome these challenges and successfully extend intelligence sharing and collective defense to your supply chain partners.
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