Mar 14, 2022
Cybersecurity vulnerabilities have been plaguing supply chains
across industries. According to an analysis conducted by BSI,
ransomware attacks on the supply chain have increased by 66 percent
in the last three years, expediting the concern of cybersecurity
for private companies.
Considering these attacks range from targeting the sea modality to the trucking modality, tools to combat the threat of cyber-attacks on the supply chain have solidified in the last year, making it a central part of the United States cybersecurity policy.
Mark Brown, Global Managing Director, Digital Trust Consulting Services at BSI joins me in a conversation about all this, along with cybersecurity risk and trends that are emerging along with how we can better prepare,
Mark Brown joined BSI in February of 2021 as the Global Managing
Director of the Consulting Services, Cyber Security, and
Information Security business. In his role, Mark drives a new
global focus on emerging technologies and risks such as IoT and
Operational Technology (OT), increased cloud adoption, RPA
Security, 5G security, and the CISO desire to achieve central
management over the new converged digital arena, positioning cyber
security as a business enabler.
With over 25 years of in the industry, Mark brings a wealth of knowledge on the expanding cybersecurity marketplace as organizations grapple with digital transformation and addressing new technologies that bring new business risks.
Mark has previously held global leadership roles across industry and professional services, including tenures as Global CISO at SABMiller plc, and Global CIO/CTO at Spectris plc, as well as leadership roles as a Partner at Wipro Ltd., and Ernst & Young (EY) LLP.