Workshop on Cybersecurity Risk and Trust Management across Supply Chains
Cost optimisation programmes championed by chief officers in companies are increasingly pushing organizations towards establishing supply chains to deliver their core missions, and to maintain their business advances. This is also the case for security and safety-critical organizations, such as critical infrastructure companies – which traditionally were very cautious about engaging in supply chains involving critical systems. This creates networks of entangled organizations where it becomes difficult to determine boundaries, establish security perimeters, and prevent cascading risks.
The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners from a range of sectors to open up discussions and exchange of ideas related to risk and trust management in supply chains with focus on cybersecurity. We are particularly interested in supply chains involving security or safety-critical organizations.
We encourage submissions from multiple perspectives regarding risk and trust in supply chains, such as the technology, stakeholders, and business perspectives affecting cybersecurity.