Manufacturers are prepared for what they can see coming, whether it be a broken machine, a logistical snag due to weather or workflow patterns.
But gaps in production and the delivery of those goods are not tolerated here. However, the emerging threat of cyber attacks can hit you when you least expect it, and you’ll never see it coming.
And as global commerce and the day to day business transaction is absorbed into the digital realm, the industry faces a new vulnerability.
In fact, “experts place the number of professional hackers to over 300,000,” Jason Premo said, CEO of Acclaim Advanced Manufacturing.
“In places like Russia, China, Eastern Europe and North Korea, hacking is a growth industry.”
But the threat extends beyond your own firm.
“It’s not just about securing your companies’ information systems anymore,” Jon Hightower said, director of IT Risk and Assurance Services for GreerWalker.
“Vendors, contractors, employees, and yes, even customers can pose threats to your supply chain,” he said.
Join GreerWalker and Gallagher at BMW May 23, from 2p.m. to 4p.m. to see a panel of experts discuss:
“Securing the Supply Chain; Risk Management Techniques for the Modern Manufacturer”
Panel Members include:
Jon Hightower – GreerWalker, Director IT Risk and Assurance Services
Jennifer Bolling – Gallagher, Management Liability / Cyber Liability
Douglas Kim – Kim & Lahey Law Firm, Cybersecurity Attorney
Jason Premo – Acclaim Advanced Manufacturing, CEO
Subject: Cybersecurity and Supply Chain Event
Location: BMW 1400 Highway 101 S, Greer 29651 (at facility follow signs to Zentrum Parking)
Date: May 23, 2019
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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