SolarWinds and the Supply Chain Threat We’ve Ignore for Too Long

April 29, 2021

SolarWinds and the Supply Chain Threat We’ve Ignore for Too Long

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The SolarWinds cyber attack brought digital supply chain risks to the top of the news. Now it must move to the top of the priority list for boards and risk managers. We will discuss fundamental changes that must be implemented to address the SolarWinds nation-state supply chain attacks – because this event this will not be the last.

Jennifer Bisceglie, Founder and CEO of Interos; Alpa Inamdar, Head of Third Party Governance Advisory, BNY Mellon; Renee Forney, Senior Director, Azure Hardware Systems and Information Security, Microsoft; and Agnes Berecz, Senior Risk Analyst Danske Bank, discuss the vital steps necessary to mitigate cyber security disruptions in digital supply chains.

Specifically, they delve into the following necessary areas:

    • Cultural leadership shifts
    • Technology investments
    • Talent and workforce needs
    • Impacts from policy and regulation

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