Interos Overview: Operational Resilience Map, Monitor, and Model your Entire Supply Chain

February 2, 2021

Are you resilient? Your business is under attack by outside forces that cripple your supply chain, ruin your brand, and allow your competitors to take your customers. Three of the largest disruptions to supply chains ever occurred in 2020, and these assaults of chain change the way we think about how our world works, forever.

The COVID-19 pandemic devastated most physical supply chains. The SolarWinds attack undermined the trustworthiness of almost every digital supply chain and the escalation of the tech and trade war with China continues to threaten both physical and digital supply chains. 2020 has taught us that every enterprise depends on its supply chain, and within it, there is immense and hidden risk.

Enterprise risk programs normally cover only a small percentage of the total number of suppliers they depend on. What little is known is often managed with spreadsheets and annual surveys. It is no surprise that supply chains are the target of attack and that enterprises must adopt a new approach if they are to have a chance to prevent disruption of their operations or compromise of their brands.

Interos is the operational resilience company. By automatically and instantly mapping, monitoring, and modeling your entire supplier ecosystem, Interos detects vulnerability and distress across global digital and physical supply chains in time to prevent operational disruption and reputational harm.

Using AI and machine learning, Interos has created the first industrial-scale business relationship database. Instantly map your entire supply chain to the nth tier. Interos provides you powerful visualization tools to show you where your suppliers are located, identify concentration risk and uncover prohibited entities in your supply chain.

Interos assesses risk of across multiple factors, including cyber, financial, operational, geographic, and governance. Interos provides situational awareness and alerts you to changes in your risk posture that require immediate response. Once you know where the risk is, you can focus your team to validate, triage, and mitigate the exposure.

In 2020, your supply chain faced multiple attacks. Are you resilient enough for what comes next?

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Build operational resiliency into your extended supply chain:

  • 889 compliance – ensure market access
  • Data sharing with 3rd parties and beyond – protect reputation
  • Concentration risk – ensure business continuity
  • Cyber breaches – assess potential exposure
  • Unethical labor – avoid reputational harm
  • On-boarding and monitoring suppliers – save time and money