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Jun 2020

L3Harris Webinar: The challenges of cyber security in the supply chain

24 - 24 Jun 2020, Online webinar

 This webinar has taken place - watch on-demand now


In the current crisis there has been a need to implement quick, easy and flexible solutions for increased remote working. This has created an increased pressure to make risk-based security assessments to rapidly implement new ways of working.  We have seen organisations applying policy and relying on ‘trusted brands’ to address worse case scenarios in the short to mid-term, but what impact will these ‘quick fix’ remote working solutions have on cyber security in the longer-term, especially with the UK’s reliance on a diverse supply chain?  

Watch here on-demand - and see the debate which took place on 24 June, in which Richard Flitton, Vice President & General Manager, L3Harris will host a virtual panel discussion with panellists Richard Morris, National Security Account Manager from Roke and Rebecca Lucas, Cyber Threats and Cyber Security Research Analyst from RUSI. 

This discussion will focus on ‘the challenges of cyber security in the supply chain’ and deliberate on risk management in relation to technical advancement versus geopolitical pressures.