Emerging Challenges in Cybersecurity: Implications of Biden’s executive order on supply chains and Third Party Risk Management

Emerging Challenges in Cybersecurity Implications of Bidens executive order on supply chains and Third Party Risk Management

As detailed by PWC, “The supply chain order, like most of the policies proposed by the new Biden administration so far, takes a whole-of-government approach—emphasizing climate change, diversity, American jobs and cybersecurity.

Emerging Challenges in Cybersecurity Implications of Bidens executive order on supply chains and Third Party Risk Management

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As detailed by PWC, “The supply chain order, like most of the policies proposed by the new Biden administration so far, takes a whole-of-government approach—emphasizing climate change, diversity, American jobs and cybersecurity.

The pandemic already laid bare many of the vulnerabilities in the supply chains of key areas like pharmaceuticals, semiconductors and the food supply.

Companies should be (if they are not already) looking at this confluence of policy areas when considering solutions for their supply chain that will shore up these vulnerabilities brought about by pandemics, climate change and geopolitical pressures.”

This panel will explore these questions around cybersecurity and the implications of this executive order.