Online Training

Supply Chain Cybersecurity

Online Training

In recent years, supply chains have become more efficient by automating many of the tasks and processes that were previously performed manually. The more that companies’ processes are automated and the more supply chain partners’ computer systems are connected to exchange data, the more potential there is for cyberattacks. Every partner’s network in a supply chain is only as secure as the “weakest link in the chain”, and the software used by the connected networks is itself a security concern. In this course, we will explore the risks and the ways to reduce them.

Learning Objectives:

  •  Describe the characteristics of the two types of supply chain attacks
  • Outline practices for protecting your organization against supply chain attacks
  • Summarize approaches to evaluating supply chain partners’ security posture
  • Recall practices to reduce the probability of successful third-party software attacks

Course Outline:

  • Introduction
  • Types of Supply Chain Attacks
  • Mitigating Island Hopping Attacks
  • Mitigating Third-Party Software Attacks

Rev–Oct. 2021. Course Length ≈ 21 minutes.

This course is worth 0.5 CPE credits.

ICBA Member - $179.00
Non-Member - $299.00