With supply chain transparency and digital transformation being among the top organisational priorities, cyber-related issues have become one of the top risks to businesses. Most companies don’t consider their supply chain vulnerability when thinking about cybersecurity. Yet, supply chain risks could include multiple functions across the flow of information, products, and services - needing the attention of all entities involved.
Supply chain security is every company's responsibility.
In this webinar, we address the key cybersecurity third-party concerns and discuss the most effective tactics for organisations to secure their supply chains and contribute to global supply chain security.
Our experts discuss how certification to ISO 27001 can support supply chain security, the changes to ISO 27002 controls and how these controls relate to third-party cybersecurity.
Main areas of discussion:
- Common issues and key principles in managing cyber risk in your supply chain
- The measures organisations can take to monitor, identify, assess, and mitigate third-party risks
- ISO 27002 changes and what these mean for ISO 27001 and your ISMS
- What are the controls in ISO 27001 that relate to the supply chain and what do they mean for your business?
- Rob Acker, ICT Technical Manager, LRQA
- Nick Prescot, Senior GRC Consultant, Nettitude
- Benjamin David, Moderator from Infosecurity Magazine
- Christian Toon, CISO, Pinsent Masons