10 things eft’s been reading this week

Could your supply chain be completely open to online attack?

Do you know how secure your supply chain is? The answer could be terrifyingly vulnerable, as we find out in this week’s 10 things, where we look at cybersecurity across the supply chain. If you would like to find out more about cybersecurity and the supply chain, why not attend the Logistics CIO Forum North America?

Tesla, VW data was left exposed by supply chain vendor Level One Robotics. [SC Media]

Tick Group Malware Campaign Highlights Need for Stronger Supply Chain Security. [Security Intelligence]

Securing the supply chain: Organizations need best practices in proactive security. [Help Net Security]

Supply chain attacks are the next big risk for organisations. [information Age]

Regulators grapple with supply chain security. [FCW]

Commentary: How secure is your IoT solution? [Supply Chain Quarterly]

Study warns of rising hacker threats to SAP, Oracle business software. [Reuters]

Infosec defenders' supply chain is inferior to black hats, says Carbon Black CEO. [The Register]

Guarding Against Cyber Threats. [Logistics Management]

Cyber, Climate Risks and Human Error Threaten Shipping’s Safety Progress, According to New Allianz Report. [Taiwan News]

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