Manufacturing Security Scan Guide

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It is a curious fact that disasters often come in twos. Earthquakes are followed by tsunamis. Wars are followed by pandemics. And pandemics—including all the havoc they can wreak on supply chains—sometimes create immense, unseen vulnerabilities in other areas.

The 2020 pandemic is well underway and all things considered, manufacturers have responded admirably. Some have transitioned to producing life-saving medical supplies like respirators, masks, and sanitizers. Nearly all have peered deep into their supply chain to play a sort of three-dimensional chess. They’ve anticipated risks and picked out Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers hamstrung by lockdowns or logistics and replaced them with an ever more complex web of multi-tier supplier networks.

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