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5 Email Threat Predictions for 2021
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12/24/2020 | 1:44:19 PM
Hacking and phishing versus supply chain fraud.
The penetration of the network infrastructure via hacking and phishing schemes is not supply chain fraud.  Piercing hardware and software anti-virus protection and firewalls and fooling people into clicking on links and divulging user IDs and passwords is not supply chain fraud. 

Inasmuch as there are frauds that occur within supply chains, such as theft and asset mismanagement, supply chain fraud has more to do with the falsification of transactional data and the representative "stuff" as it enters and passes through the two primary supply chain cycles: order-to-cash and procure-to-pay. 

Transactions generated by traditional supply chain systems - Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), and Automatic Identification (e.g. barcode labeling & scanning) - that are used to grade supply chain performance can also be used to ascertain supply chain risk and to detect and therefore reduce fraud, both at the source and in the aggregate.  

 

 


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