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SECURE Singapore | 2022

SS2211 - Supply Chain – A New Attack Vector

Jul 14, 2022 1:40pm ‐ Jul 14, 2022 2:25pm


Supply-chain networks are increasingly driven by technology and digital transformation, which, while making them faster and more efficient, also give rise to new cyber-security concerns.

A recent ENISA study finds attackers have shifted their attention to suppliers, related third parties and ecosystem organisations. The latter are usually smaller companies that do not always follow the cybersecurity and compliance requirements of the main organisation. Impacts of such attacks are service downtime, manufacturing disruption, supply and logistics, monetary loss and reputational damage.

This session will look at mitigation and risk management steps organisations need to take to minimise or mitigate supply-chain cyberthreats.

Learning Objectives:
  • get an idea of motivations for attacking the supply-chain ecosystem
  • some examples and issues
  • some mitigation and protection ideas


  • Anthony Lim, CSSLP, Fellow, Cybersecurity & Governance, SUSS

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