Supply Chain Security: 5 Important Steps

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anandvy
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Re: Supply chain security
anandvy   8/12/2014 12:31:27 PM
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@SP: Hackers get more powerful with increasing age of technology. That is a given. You cannot expect your system to be a low latency high security system without relying on some ready bake software and it is this software that forms the root of hacking, because these software are relatively easy to get.

anandvy
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Some companies have it hard
anandvy   8/12/2014 12:30:55 PM
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Toshiba recently had a loss of a billion dollars just because of a stolen chip idea. Hence they imposed a 1.1 billion dollar lawsuit on the company that stole the idea. Turns out, a former Toshiba employee turned out to be the whistle blower. Supply chain managers must know how to mitigate risks and employees talking to other companies.

fougesmith
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Modren machineries
fougesmith   8/7/2014 5:50:49 AM
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These machineries are having their high demand in this modern life period and people are making complete use of it. order a coursework

Rich Krajewski
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Maybe
Rich Krajewski   8/7/2014 2:29:42 AM
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Maybe Target and those other companies that were breached could blame the skills shortage, you know, the one where companies can't find anyone with skills to work for them, but hackers can get bring lots and lots of great skills to work for them. I wonder why there's such an imbalance?

SP
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Supply chain security
SP   8/7/2014 2:01:21 AM
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Security is always an issue when it comes to dealing with internet or sharing data virtually. BUt what happened in Target seems quite a task for hackers. Looks like hackers are getting more powerful technically.



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