Ticking ‘Cyber Bomb’: Is There a Global Response to Fix Value-Chain Risks?

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Within the all-round digital transformation, every company relies on a multitude of third-party vendors, adding to difficult-to-manage third-party risk. Their services contain code that always has vulnerabilities, which puts their users, industries, societies, and countries at risk. Will there be a global policy response? Is fixing common cybersecurity vulnerability even possible at all?

Anastasiya Kazakova

Senior Public Affairs Manager, Kaspersky

Craig Jones

Director of Cybercrime, INTERPOL

Jon Fanzun

Special Envoy for Cyber Foreign and Security Policy, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA), Switzerland

Serge Droz

Chair, FIRST (Forum for Incident Response and Security Teams)

Policy & Government Protecting Data & the Supply Chain Ecosystem Technology Infrastructure & Operations

critical infrastructure government regulations policy management supply chain



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