Supply Chain Security

Supply Chain Security news, information, and how-to advice

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Why you need to embrace the evolution of APT

Instead of cringing at the frequently misused concept of the advanced persistent threat, the smart play is to embrace the evolution and take three actions that guide a necessary shift in the way we practice information security today

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Purchase order scams now targeting construction suppliers

Earlier this year, Salted Hash reported on a wave of purchase order scams targeting university suppliers. Recently, scammers have expanded their scheme, by targeting industrial construction contractors and suppliers.

Who put the cockroach in my supply chain?

Businesses have always had concerns about supply chain risks but, for most businesses, those risks involve shipping delays, parts shortages and labor issues. But that’s starting to change as evidenced by CSOonline’s recent coverage on

Target credential theft highlights third-party vendor risk

Retailer discloses that attackers stole credentials from vendor to break into its network

Purchase order scam targeting university suppliers

Salted Hash has obtained a copy of a warning letter from Boston College addressed to all of their suppliers. In it, the university says that emails claiming to be from the school are requesting product quotes for merchandise and...

Amazon's promise of postal drones rides on a bed of hot air

Over the holiday weekend, millions watched as Jeff Bezos, Amazon's CEO, told 60 Minutes how he plans to use drones (customized octocoptors) to deliver packages. The service, known as PrimeAir , will fly packages that are less than...

A conversation with Graydon McKee on protecting intellectual property and "keeping secrets secret"

How do you protect the intellectual property of a company -- especially in manufacturing -- as it moves from groundbreaking idea to reality? That's the challenge Graydon McKee built a career solving. With expertise protecting the...

Espionage campaign targeting Asian supply chains uncovered

Kaspersky Lab has released details on an espionage campaign active since 2011, which targeted organizations in Japan and South Korea, which are key elements to Western supply chains

Working the kinks out of your supply chain

Improvements in speed and visibility provide payoff for business and security

3 MORE tabletop exercises for business continuity

Practice makes perfect - so put your BC/DR plans to the test

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