This week features a report of a new and more sophisticated backdoor supply chain malware attack emanating from an unsuspecting global computer manufacturer.
The Supply Chain Matters blog continues its series of unveiling 2019 Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains. In this Part Four posting, we highlight our continuing prediction that Cyber-risk and information security safeguarding are mandatory competencies in the coming year.
A computer virus has reportedly impacted the operations of global semiconductor chip manufacturer TSMC. The report is yet another reinforcement to manufacturing and supply chain IT and operational teams that data and information security must remain a top priority.
Supply Chain Matters shares highlights of the 33rd Annual Global Trade Day conference presented by The John H. Chaffee Center for International Business at Bryant University in Smithfield Rhode Island. This was a great conference that featured upwards of 35 speakers very knowledgeable in addressing today’s timely topics related to global trade and the application of technology in global trade practices.
What to Expect in the Coming Year: Supply Chain Matters 2018 Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains
On an annual basis, the Ferrari Consulting and Research Group provides a series of supply chain management predictions for the coming year. The Supply Chain Matters blog unveils the first five 2018 Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains.