Supply Chains, Security, and Cyber Threats: Promoting U.S.-Japan Cooperation to Mitigate Risks and Improve Practices
Date: March 9, 2016
Enhanced market access across the Asia Pacific region offers new opportunities — but also risks — for Japanese and U.S. companies doing business abroad. This conference focused on managing the critical issues of security, cyber threats, and supply chains.
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Author: Pamela Passman
In this Q&A, CREATe.org CEO Pamela Passman talks with Cisco’s Edna Conway about the insights she shared at a recent conference focused on promoting U.S. – Japan cooperation on “Supply Chains, Security and Cyber Risks.” The conference was co-sponsored by Sasakawa USA and the Center for Responsible Enterprise And Trade (CREATe.org). Edna Conway serves as
Tags: center for responsible enterprise and trade, cisco, counterfeit, create.org, cyber risks, cyber security, cybersecurity, disrusption, edna conway, espionage, intellectual property, ip, manipulation, misappropriation, pamel passman, security, security risks, supply chains, taint, Technology, trade, value control