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MHI 2017 Executive Summit and Annual Conference

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At the 2017 MHI Executive Summit and Annual Conference last October, attendees heard from industry visionaries including Jon Gordon (author of “The Energy Bus”), Randy Lewis (former SVP supply chain, Walgreens), David Roberts (GSP director, Singularity University), Susan O’Malley, former president of the Washington Wizards), and technology entrepreneur Josh Linkner. MHI Industry Group meetings and conference sessions gave attendees insights into the latest trends and technologies impacting our industry. See more at MHI.org/conference!

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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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