Supply Chain Security Is Tough: So What Should Good Look Like?
Organizations are struggling to manage supply chains end to end. The best practice for security should start with visibility into all of your IT assets.
The complexity of modern supply chains can expose companies on multiple fronts. Organizations must ask suppliers the right questions to gain detailed data based on threat models and risk analysis. If different parts of the supply chain do not communicate, it becomes nearly impossible to manage risks end-to-end.
All organizations struggle with such challenges, and most need to simply go back to the basics to understand who their suppliers are, what their security maturity is, and how they use company data.
It comes down to visibility and understanding what IT assets a business owns, who is running on them, and what third- party dependencies there are.
Tanium research shows that 94 percent of IT managers have discovered endpoints within their network that they were previously unaware of. Knowing such information can inform supply chain security strategy and prevent potential security threats.
Download this guide to learn about:
- The problem with complex supply chains
- Managing end-to-end supplier risk
- Focusing on the right questions to ask suppliers to prevent cyberattacks
- How to build up your supply chain protection
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