2021 Manufacturing and Supply Chain Security Roundup

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In 2020, ransomware actors demanded $17 million from a laptop maker and $34 million from a Taiwanese electronics contract company. The past two years have also delivered major disruptions for supply chains. The pandemic pushed supply chain attack issues front-and-center, with disruptions up 67% in 2020 and problems expected to persist as global markets adjust to the ‘new normal’. With these two areas now among the top targets for cyber criminals, what lies ahead? Check out our top stories from the world of manufacturing and supply chain IT security in 2021. Here, you’ll find clues on what to expect and tips for how you can better protect your business.

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