Rethinking Cyber Risk in a Reglobalized World

Rethinking Cyber Risk in a Reglobalized World

On Demand

COVID-19 has exposed the fragility and insecurity of a hyper-globalized world system and is entrenching different approaches to security, privacy, and data protection. With digital authoritarians and techno-nationalists on one extreme and nascent digital democracies on the other, the fracturing of the internet significantly affects digital security and privacy risks across the globe.

In this webinar, Andrea Little Limbago, VP Research and Analysis at Interos, explores cyber risk considerations, including: government-mandated access to data, internet blackouts, evolving hardware and software pacts and restrictions, and digital supply chain attacks. Each of these has the potential to propagate shocks across entire supply chain ecosystems. Watch the webinar now. 

 

Insights from the Cybersecurity Experts: Protecting Enterprise Operations

New Requirements to be a U.S. Defense Supplier

 

On Demand

Now, more than ever, understanding your supply chain requires real time insight and action.  The government is updating our industrial policies for national security and global competitiveness reasons—NDAA S. 889, 5G policy and CMMC—requiring a rapid review of supply chains.  Most companies do not have the tools required for these reviews, making it very difficult for them to be compliant on time.

This webinar, featuring Ryan Elliott, Partner, Kearney and Interos CEO, Jennifer Bisceglie highlights the new regulations and the challenges companies are facing to understand and comply with them. Watch the webinar now.

Insights from the Cybersecurity Experts: Protecting Enterprise Operations

Insights from the Cybersecurity Experts: Protecting Enterprise Operations

Panel: Kevin Mandia, CEO, FireEye; Meg Anderson, VP-CISO, Principal Financial Group; Jim Routh, CISO, MassMutual; Phil Venables, CISO, Goldman Sachs

Kevin Mandia moderates a panel of leading cyber and risk executives to discuss what they’ve learned navigating the ever-growing threat landscape and compliance and regulatory requirements. With decades of experience in digital risk, they provide lessons learned on how to integrate into C-suite and Board conversations and priorities to help improve enterprise resilience against epic business disruptions.  Watch now.

 

Webinar: How Did We Get Risk So Wrong and How Do We Fix It?

How Did We Get Risk So Wrong and How Do We Fix It?

Available on Demand

For years, cost savings have been the primary strategic objective at the expense of risk, innovation, and corporate social responsibility. The COVID-19 crisis isn’t even over, and this lesson has become abundantly clear.

View this webinar with Procurement and Supply Chain Specialist, Dr. Elouise Epstein, Vice President, Kearney, and Warren Smith, Interos’ Director of Product Management as they address and draw upon real-world examples to highlight how a multi-factor and multi-tier approach to supply chain risk can help enterprises shift the value equation and build resiliency against the current and future shocks.

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Webinar: Supply Chain Resilience for Financial Institutions

Supply Chain Resilience for Financial Institutions

Available on Demand

Today more than ever, financial institutions rely on 3rd party providers to extend their enterprise which has allowed them to focus on core competencies, pursue growth and innovation, improve time to market, and reduce costs. As this practice has exploded, there is greater regulatory scrutiny about these relationships, requiring FIs to transform their Third-party Risk Management processes.

Watch this virtual panel with leading risk management experts, Andrew Moyad, Blackstone; Bradley Martin, Bank of Hope; Nasser Fattah, MUFG; and Jennifer Bisceglie, Interos; as they tackle the questions financial professionals should be asking:

  • What supply chain weaknesses were exposed because of the COVID-19 pandemic?
  • How can financial institutions protect their supply chains as we come out of the crisis?
  • What will 3rd party vendor risk management look like post COVID-19?

Watch the webinar now.

The Perfect Storm: COVID-19, Global Supply Chain Fragility, and the Reglobalization of the World

The Perfect Storm

COVID-19, Global Supply Chain Fragility, and the Reglobalization of the World

The pandemic has exposed significant vulnerabilities in a hyper-globalized system, largely the complexity, opacity, and insecurity of global supply chains.

Shifting geopolitics and unprecedented economic and public health disruptions are further accelerating dramatic structural shifts and a reglobalized world system.

But what will that new system look like?

Download the whitepaper to learn:

  • How the pandemic has changed global supply chains
  • The impact to international trade
  • What forward-thinking enterprises and governments can do to make the most of the new normal
  • The possibilities presented by onshoring, reshoring, nearshoring, and alternative sourcing

Agile or Fragile: Five Steps to Achieve Global Supply Chain Resilience in a Post-COVID World

Agile or Fragile

5 Steps to Achieve Global Supply Chain Resilience in a Post-COVID World

As the global economy begins to reopen, businesses, agencies, and people are struggling to find and define the “new normal.” The same goes for managers of global supply chains who may be forced to contend with complex new problems in monitoring, managing, and mitigating supply chain risk.

In this whitepaper Interos provides 5 key steps businesses can take to learn how to survive and thrive in this brave new world. Read this whitepaper to learn:

  • How far into your supply chain you should be monitoring
  • What kinds of risk elements you should be paying close attention to
  • How to improve due diligence
  • How to work across your organization to manage risk

The Road to Reopening: 6 Supply Chain Pitfalls to Avoid in Recovering from COVID-19

The Road to Reopening

6 Supply Chain Pitfalls to Avoid in Recovering from COVID-19

As nations and people around the world continue to deal with the tragedies created by the coronavirus pandemic, businesses wait for permission to reopen. Experts around the globe agree that reopening won’t be easy. Business leaders looking to resume operations will have to carefully consider not only the direct impact of COVID-19 on their organization but also its broader impact across their entire supply chain.

Hear from Mark Weatherford (California’s first CISO and DHS’s first Deputy Under Secretary for Cybersecurity), Bob Brese (former CIO of the Department of Energy and Executive partner at Gartner), Gregg Spragg (former Senior Executive at Walmart Stores’ Sams’s Club Division) and J.C. Dodson (the Global CISO for BAE Systems) on the most likely, and most impactful, errors businesses may make on the road to recovery – and how they can avoid them.

Interos Adds Coronavirus Tracking (Short Version)

Interos Update: Coronavirus Mapping

Interos includes an interactive COVID-19 heatmap, enabling customers to visualize and track the impact of the coronavirus on their extended sub-tier supply chains.

Interos updates adds coronavirus tracking

Interos Feature: COVID-19 Tracking

Interos’ latest feature update adds an interactive COVID-19 heatmap, enabling customers to visualize and track the impact of the coronavirus on their extended sub-tier supply chains.