If your business stays up to date on IT security issues, then you’re probably aware of the sharp increase in cyber-attacks in recent years. Whether it’s a denial of service attack, ransomware or a breach of your important data, cyber-attacks are an ever-present threat for businesses of all sizes. However, there is an even more concerning risk to your security of which you may not be aware: hardware compromises.
There are several ways that your solution’s hardware could be compromised, and all of them can lead to decreased margin, a damaged public image and a reduction in your customer’s satisfaction. If you want to make sure that your solutions are as secure as possible, it’s important that your supply chain is as transparent as possible.
Transparent Supply Chain
A transparent supply chain is the key to ensure that your hardware and firmware are genuine with strict sourcing and documentation regulations. It is a comprehensive methodology of policies and procedures designed to reduce risk and increase confidence. Working as a close partner with Intel, UNICOM Engineering will be one of the first strategic integration partners capable of offering this level of confidence.
In a constantly shifting technological landscape, it’s important that you reduce risk and threat vectors to protect your company in any way that you can. In the following video, you’ll learn more about the components of the transparent supply chain initiative and how together we can deliver a more secure world.
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