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Secure the Internet of Things with identity and access management

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Supply chain attacks increased by 78 percent last year alone.1 Many threats to the digital supply chain are hiding in plain sight. Securing the Internet of Things (IoT) with Identity and Access Management (IAM) allows companies to establish an “Identity of Things” strategy to secure end-to-end supply chain operations.

Secure the identity of all  things in the connected supply chain

Read the Supply Chain Brain special report, Enabling and Securing the Digital Supply Chain Using IAM and IoT, to learn:

  • Why "pervasive visibility" is essential to securing data access and to achieving effective collaboration in the connected supply chain.
  • Ways to use IAM, artificial intelligence, the IoT and predictive analytics for everything from shipment and supply chain visibility to inventory replenishment and quality control.
  • How to establish stakeholder buy-in and the right technology foundation to support an IAM implementation.
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Enabling and Securing the Digital Supply Chain Using IAM and IoT.

Secure the digital supply chain with IAM

It is one thing to build a supply chain ecosystem of people, systems and things and quite another challenge to manage and secure it.

  • 75 billion worldwide IoT devices by 2025

    75 billion

    worldwide IoT devices by 2025.2
  • 71% of surveyed organizations believe their organization does not always hold external suppliers to the same security standards

    71%

    of organizations believe their external suppliers are not always held to the same security standards.3
  • Two-thirds of surveyed organizations experienced a software supply chain attack in the past 12 months

    2/3

    of surveyed organizations experienced a software supply chain attack in the past 12 months.4

As supply chain personnel, customers and trading partners are in constant flux, it has never been more important to ensure that the right people and devices are accessing the right information for the right reasons—and only for as long as they need it.

The cost of a data breach is $3.86 million USD.5 Don’t risk it. Secure the supply chain’s "Identity of Things" with a comprehensive IAM strategy. Get the special report.

  • 1 Symantec, Internet Security Threat Report, February 2019.
  • 2 Supply Chain Brain, Enabling and Securing the Digital Supply Chain Using IAM and IoT, March 2019.
  • 3 Forbes, "Supply Chain Attacks Increase as Cybercriminals Focus on Exploiting Weak Links," August 2018.
  • 4 Ibid.
  • 5 Ponemon Institute, Cost of Data Breach Study, 2018.