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Global supply chains have been under immense pressure over the past two years, from massive disruptions caused by the pandemic and war to high costs for raw materials and shipping. As if these crises weren’t enough, cyberattacks on supply chains have been surging as well – a threat that will persist even as inflation cools and geopolitical tensions stabilize. This is why companies in the supply chain sector have to establish proactive cybersecurity awareness platforms. Many of the largest supply chain cyberattacks in history involved a human element – from compromised credentials to malware downloaded onto a single device. When employees are informed about cyber threats and capable of taking action to address them, they’ll keep the sector safe and help the world avoid the rising economic costs of supply chain disruptions.