Securing your Supply Chains
The Cyber Security of a supply chain presents numerous challenges to organisations.
You may have already spent a lot of money on cybersecurity to safeguard your business, so it might be disheartening to learn that organisation could still be vulnerable to cyber threats – and it wouldn’t even be your fault. The threat posed to organisations, however prepared they are for cyber-attacks, by their supply chains is a serious one and needs to be given serious consideration. A cybersecurity breach can prove devastating to a business and the supply chain is often the weak link that allows hackers to breach a business’s computer systems.
To assess a supply chain, PGI’s cybersecurity specialists conduct Supply Chain Assessments by following the steps below:
- Comprehensive review of all suppliers from an end-to-end standpoint
- Categorisation into tiers dependent on their risk exposure and hazard potential they bring to the parent company;
- Defining a level of control and testing for each supplier category;
- Outlining the most efficient risk strategies your company needs in order to ensure that all supply chains meet the Cyber Essentials Standards cyber-security requirements.
If a vulnerability is detected we provide immediate notice and remedial advice for any issues identified, as well as a detailed technical and management report on completion of the work.