The COVID pandemic has taught us a lot of things, one of which is that supply chain resilience matters a lot. Having a resilient supply chain in the business sense can be the difference between thriving under dynamic market conditions or experiencing critical business disruptions, including those caused by cyberattacks. These disruptions can not only have an impact on your revenue. but they also can impact your organizational brand and market reputation.
The modern business ecosystem is an increasingly complex web of relationships and exchanges of goods and services. Everyone is essentially someone else’s vendor. This point isn’t lost on malicious actors, as we’ve seen an increase in supply chain attacks, particularly in the digital domain.