Complex and strictly regulated supply chains require trust between involved parties to function properly and maximize efficiency.
Addressing a wide range of challenges, IBM Blockchain efficiently streamlines the supply chain by digitizing the process to provide a secure, trustworthy and shared record of ownership. Making relevant information available to parties involved, the blockchain addresses transparency issues and open standards. It can also simultaneously track the supply chain status for risks and triggers remediation actions before a crisis emerges.
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Published By: SafeNet
Published Date: Jan 14, 2014
Most service providers’ Virtual Private Network (VPN) security delivers little more than a promise to keep each customer’s data separated across a shared infrastructure. What are the risks of this virtual security model and how can it go wrong? This technical paper is prepared from an interview with Senetas CTO Julian Fay, in which these topics are discussed and practical considerations given for using encryption on VPNs to enhance organizations’ data security.
The Supply Chain and Sustainability Survey sponsored by Avetta® was launched in mid-April 2017, and 379 environmental, health, and safe¬ty (EHS) professionals have shared their insights into how their companies are managing the safety risks that naturally occur in supply chains.
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Published By: FireEye
Published Date: Feb 28, 2014
If I were to boil down these survey results to a single sentence, it would be this: To keep pace with today’s advanced threats, incident response teams need tools and techniques that give them greater speed, accuracy and insight.
As we continue to move forward into an age of big data, optimization, and shared information through the capabilities of better networking technologies, opportunities have never been greater for using technology to improve the way the government interacts with constituents. However, increasing dependence on web and network services also makes government a tempting target for hackers. Distributed Denial of Service attacks, data breaches, leaks, the risks can be enormous. Recent events have shown us that now more than ever, government servers are getting victimized by well-funded teams of foreign hackers, possibly funded by their government.