A hacking campaign that IBM Corp. detected last year against organizations involved in the manufacturing, transportation and storage of COVID-19 vaccines was wider than initially understood and is now found to have targeted more than 40 companies in 14 countries, the company said Wednesday.
Suresh Acharya, professor of practice in the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, explains how the semiconductor supply chain works, why there’s a shortage of product, and what are the prospects for an early solution.
A discussion about the implications of President Biden’s executive order on the review of critical supply chains with two experts from Kroll Inc.: Daniel Hartnett, associate managing director with the Compliance Risk and Diligence Practice, and Stacy Scott, managing director in the Cyber Risk Practice.
A look at the possible implications of President Biden’s order to review critical supply chains on the United States’ relations with its trading partners, with Jeff Weiss, partner and co-chair of the International Trade Policy Practice, and leader of the Supply Chain Team, of Steptoe & Johnson LLP.
The market has always been dynamic, and for a long time static pricing was a shipper’s only option. Dynamic pricing saves time, reduces costs, and provides peace of mind across primary, backup, and spot offerings.
The latest supply-chain news, analysis, trends and tools for executives in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. Learn how pharmaceutical and biotech companies and their suppliers around the world are managing the flow of products across all channels of the enterprise. Experts sound off on forecasting and demand planning, supply-chain visibility, logistics outsourcing, inventory optimization, transportation management, warehouse management, supply-chain security, corporate social responsibility and more.
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