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Q4 2018, MHI Solutions: Cybersecurity in Supply Chains

Q4 2018, MHI Solutions: Cybersecurity in Supply Chains

CEO UPDATE: Overcoming the Digital Risk of NextGen Supply Chains * By George W. Prest, Chief Executive Officer, MHI * Emerging..

Cybersecurity Threats to Supply Chains in an IoT World

Cybersecurity Threats to Supply Chains in an IoT World

While we marvel at IoT technologies that have been implemented globally into the day-to-day operations of manufacturing and supply chain..

Hacking: It Can Happen to You

Hacking: It Can Happen to You

A cyberattack can happen to anyone and any company—even if you have cybersecurity programs in place. Hackers don’t just target big..

Shedding Light on Dark Data

Shedding Light on Dark Data

With analysis of the obvious key performance indicators collected within big data now well understood to be a source of competitive..

The Human Factor—The Strongest Line of Defense for Cybersecurity

The Human Factor—The Strongest Line of Defense for Cybersecurity

Company employees as well as people who work for the company’s contractors and third-party suppliers often bear responsibility for..

All Aboard the Blockchain Train

All Aboard the Blockchain Train

Companies of all sizes—even ones that might not trust each other or know each other—are collaborating to advance this new..

7 Threats to Your Data Security

7 Threats to Your Data Security

Protect your company data with protocols, training and monitoring because all businesses are at risk if data security is not part of the..

Truck Takeovers?

Truck Takeovers?

Cybersecurity concerns roll into the roadways as transportation vehicles become more high-tech and computerized. * By Fiona Soltes..

Fostering a Culture of Innovation, Self-Disruption, Creativity

Fostering a Culture of Innovation, Self-Disruption, Creativity

MHI’s Executive Summit to Feature FIRST® Robotics Competition Team and Ways to Introduce STEM Students to Supply Chain Careers By..

INDUSTRY FOCUS: Pharmaceutical

INDUSTRY FOCUS: Pharmaceutical

More products, more customization, more regulatory scrutiny and more public outcry over price increases. That’s where pharmaceutical..

HIGHER EDUCATION: Intralogistics 4.0 as Part of the Efficient Supply Chain

HIGHER EDUCATION: Intralogistics 4.0 as Part of the Efficient Supply Chain

  An important part of the logistics function is the production and warehouse activity that takes place within the four walls of a..

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Emerging technologies such as IIoT, robotics and artificial intelligence provide exciting opportunities for supply chains. They also mean an exponential growth in the amount of data these supply chains generate. When properly utilized, this data can provide crucial information to improve efficiency, reduce costs, enhance transparency and customer service. But it comes with risk. The more digitized a supply chain becomes, the more it is at risk of cyberattack. Hackers are constantly finding new ways create data breaches they can exploit. The reality that most supply chains require third-party suppliers down the chain only heightens this threat. No matter the scale of your supply chain, it is essential to have solid cybersecurity processes in place to manage and mitigate the growing risk of cyberattack. That’s what this issue of MHI Solutions is all about, from cybersecurity threats in an IIoT world to dark data to the human factor in cybersecurity to blockchain as a potential solution.
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