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Tag Archives: supply chain risk

Supply Chains Mean (Cyber) War

– Author’s note: Since this column was originally written, another “scandal” broke around the use by third-party suppliers of North Korean gold, affecting such companies as Hewlett-Packard Co. and IBM, as described by Joel Schectman in the Risk & Compliance Journal section of The Wall…

November 2013 was Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month … Were You Involved?

– Did you know that, on October 31, 2013, President Obama proclaimed November 2013 to be “Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month”? You can see the proclamation at…

Supply Chain Links

– Those of us who have an interest in supply-chain risk management closely follow news items that may have impacts on supply chains, such as the March 11, 2011 tsunami hitting Japan, the fall 2011 floods in Thailand, a fire and a labor dispute at Foxconn, a tornado in Wichita, Kansas, etc. Since…

Supply Chains at Risk

– As I am writing this, a devastated Japanese nation is still struggling to recoup from the triple-whammy of earthquake, tsunami, and potential nuclear power plant meltdown. We need to wait until we know more of the facts before examining whether contingency planning was as good as it might have…