Execs fear rise in supply chain cyber attacks
Even though many have had to cope firsthand with disruptions caused by recent natural disasters such as Iceland's volcanic eruption or the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, executives now see cyber attacks — rather than physical attacks — as potentially the most damaging to their supply chains, according to new report from PwC. The report, Volume 4 of the Transport & Logistics' 2030 series Securing the Supply Chain, is a joint project between PwC and the Supply Chain Management Institute at EBS Business School in Germany. It warns that cyber attacks are now so sophisticated that any business, or even country, could be at risk.
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