Today’s supply chains are increasingly efficient, yet they also present substantial new levels of risk. Whereas supply chain managers of the past were most often concerned with price volatility, shortages and supplier failures, the globally-connected nature of today’s supply chain also makes it highly vulnerable to both physical and digital threats.Since global organizations can support operations with partners in countries with varying infrastructure reliability, incident response plans are often siloed. This lack of continuity has made streamlining communications a severe and sometimes impossible challenge to overcome.  In an era whenSEE DETAILS