Securing Cyber-Attack Vulnerabilities From Your Supply Chain

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Your weakest cybersecurity link may not be your own. Taking internal precautions in email security is essential to protecting your organization from data breaches, but vulnerabilities can also come from outside partners. 

Many organizations rely on supply chains, vendors, partners, and others to conduct business. For example, financial institutions may utilize vendors for software (internal software as well mobile/online banking), real estate appraisers, law firms, audit firms; the list is long. Unfortunately, these third-parties not only provide vital services but also create more risk. Organizations need to consider supply chain risks as part of their cybersecurity policy.

This webinar will investigate:

  • Supply chains and the digital risks they pose
  • How organizations can identify supply chain vulnerabilities
  • How to mitigate risks while allowing legitimate communication to continue

Speakers

Benjamin David

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

Steve Jeffery

Pre-Sales Engineer, Clearswift

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