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How Chorus aims to create a fair supply chain
“Chorus, Visionstream and UCG needed to step up what we are doing in order to identify and mitigate the risk of breaches in employment law."
ASUS' own servers compromised in malware attack
ASUS’ genuine servers have been compromised in attack that has put hundreds of thousands of users at risk of malware infection.
Palo Alto says supply chain is cybersecurity’s weakest link
The supply chain creates a hole that cybercriminals can exploit by first infiltrating the partner.
New blockchain solution aims to keep our food ethical
OpenSC enables anyone to scan product QR codes which automatically takes them to information about where a specific product’s journey.
Disruption in the supply chain: Why IT resilience is a collective responsibility
"A truly resilient organisation will invest in building strong relationships while the sun shines so they can draw on goodwill when it rains."
Blockchain could be everywhere by 2025, research shows
Worldwide analysis of leading organisations implementing blockchain demonstrates the technology’s potential to transform supply chains across the globe.
Level One Robotics breach leaves 157GB of unsecured automotive data exposed
More than 100 manufacturing companies including Tesla, Volkswagen, Toyota, and Ford have been caught up in a data breach.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Aera talk about their new brand and the A/NZ market
CEO Frederic Laluyaux discusses how the company has changed after rebranding from FusionOps last year.
Alibaba, Fonterra turn to blockchain to ramp up NZ's "clean, green" rep
NZ Post CEO David Walsh says the addition of this platform will help to increase New Zealand’s “clean, green and safe” reputation in China.
How to stop the business performance blame game
Complex software-defined supply chains are leading to a maze of blame and hazard. Here are a few ways to avoid it.