Recorded: May 14, 2020
If you think phishing scams and supply chain shortages are anomalies related to the coronavirus, you’d be wrong.
The reality is that disruptions to the manufacturing supply chain happen frequently, due to equipment downtime or failure, component unavailability, and nation-state sponsored cyberattacks.
Watch this webinar to learn about:
- How COVID-19 disrupted the supply chain for toilet paper and personal protective equipment (PPE)
- How viruses and other cyberattacks are impacting national security
- What is being done to help DoD supply chain members become and stay cyber compliant
- What manufacturers can do now to protect themselves from cyberattacks?
- Armando Seay, Director of DreamPort, BoD Maryland Innovation & Security Institute
- John Almlof, Director, Global Alliances, Nozomi Networks
- Chris Grove, Technology Evangelist, Nozomi Networks
Watch the webinar: Viruses are Disrupting Our Supply Chains – Where Do the Biggest Vulnerabilities Lie?
Podcast: Viruses Are Disrupting Our Supply Chains – Where Do The Biggest Vulnerabilities Lie?
Blog: Government Helps Its Supply Chain Build OT and IoT Cybersecurity
Blog: OT/IoT Security Superheroes: Tackling the Remote Employee Challenge
Blog: COVID-19 (coronavirus) Malware: New OT and IoT Security Tools
Blog: Mitigating the Potential Impact of COVID-19-Related OT Security Risks
Webpage: COVID-19 Cybersecurity: Community Support
Website: Maryland Innovation & Security Institute (MISI)
On-Demand Webinar: The Emerging Threat Intel Landscape: How Hackers are Using COVID-19