The US government’s recent efforts to ban the introduction of specific foreign IT vendors’ equipment in government networks is emblematic of the growing concern among organizational leaders posed by global supply chains, highlighting the broad interdependencies between technical and human systems. Organizational leaders who are seeking greater efficiencies are finding that the confluence of technical, human, and supply chain-induced cybersecurity risk requires a deeper understanding of how each of these siloed processes work together in a highly choreographed and complex system. Specifically, how do we understand and measure the risk surface of human systems for our organization?
School Authors: Pavel Sharikov
Other Authors: Lauren Zabierek, Christie Lawrence, Miles Neumann, Pavel Sharikov