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Event Type: On-Demand Webinar
The digitalization of physical products through additive manufacturing (AM) opens the supply chain to entirely new threats: those of cybersecurity. The digitalization of physical products through AM – or 3D printing – has been widely hailed for its ability to revolutionize the supply chain and create new parts and products that were previously impossible through traditional means.
However, AM's reliance on digital files and connectivity can also open the process up to entirely new types of cyber threats, from product malfunctions to intellectual property theft and brand risk.
- Review the unique challenges facing various public sector entities globally vs. private sector manufacturers and discuss how policy gaps can be addressed to improve AM cyber-risk.
- Illustrate a framework and series of standards that can be used to maintain the Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability of data, networks and systems (the "CIA Triad") to manage these risks.
- Discuss potential solutions such as public key encryption; creating traceability through watermarking; using existing technologies to limit printing to authorized, approved objects; development of AM file standards; and protection across the digital thread will be discussed and explored in detail.
Supply Chain Strategy & Manufacturing Operations Leader
Kelly Marchese specializes in Global Supply Chain Transformations, Supply Chain Innovation, Lean Operations and Supply Chain Risk/Resilience. She has over 20 years of experience driving operational transformation and enterprise process excellence. She is a strategist as well as a skilled leader of complex/global engagements which cross organizational boundaries – driving enterprise level improvements, facilitating buy-in across originations (including union environments) with an unrelenting focus on speed to value.
Marchese is primarily focused in industry sectors where manufacturing is a major driver of company operational performance. Over the last year, she has led the investments and development of Deloittes Additive Manufacturing practice which has become a market and thought leader.
Federal Advisory Cyber Risk Services Leader
Deborah Golden, principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP, is the Federal Cyber Risk Services leader and the lead principal for a major federal government healthcare provider.
Golden has over 20 years of information technology, security, and privacy experience spanning numerous industries, including a specialization in cybersecurity and identity and access management. Golden also has expertise within the federal, life sciences and health, and financial services industries. Additionally, she serves on Virginia Tech’s Accounting and Information Systems Board and is an advisory board member of the Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology, as well as the Masters in Information Technology Advisory Board.
Golden recently co-authored a report on cybersecurity, “Addressing Cyber Threats Multi-Factor Authentication for Privileged User Accounts,” which describes how passwords are not enough protection today’s digital economy and the steps federal agencies, and other organizations, could take to better defend against cyberattacks.
Deloitte’s Secure.Vigilant.Resilient™ cyber risk management program helps organizations and federal agencies identify and resolve areas of increased risk to prevent or reduce the impact of cyber risks on their core business operations.
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