Your business is only as secure as its weakest link. Supply chain cyber-attacks are becoming more prevalent as the use of vendor supplied software and hardware, and the outsourcing of business processes increases. They are of growing concern due to the significant impact an attack can have not only on the supplier themselves but on the entire ecosystem of businesses that use a supplier’s products or services.
In this series we will look at some of the foundational elements of understanding and managing supply chain cyber security risk, providing practical guidance and considering potential solutions to commonly faced challenges.
Maritz Cloete: Director, Cyber Security and IT Assurance Services, Moore ClearComm
Maritz is a highly experienced Information and Cyber Security Consultant with more than 15 years’ experience in delivering information & cyber security consultancy across a wide range of industries, including implementing standards such as ISO27001.
Maritz is Full Member of the Chartered Institute of Information Security and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
Richard Jackson: Partnerships Manager, Moore ClearComm
Rich Jackson is the Partnerships Manager at Moore ClearComm, the cyber and data protection division within Moore Kingston Smith. Qualified and experienced as a cyber security and data protection professional, along with holding industry standard certification in both business analysis and project management, Rich is also an experienced and passionate speaker and advocate of cyber risk management (in particular highlighting the psychology and human science elements of social engineering attacks)– and regularly appears as a guest on webinars or podcasts.
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