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Improve supply chain resilience by preemptively identifying risks and threats

By Simon McInerney5 October 20221 min read


A resilient supply chain is defined by its capacity to mitigate supply chain disruptions by identifying the risks and existence of potential threats.


Supply chain management is complex and multi-faceted, relying on multiple stakeholders and moving components. As a result, organisations across the globe continue to be tested and impacted by vulnerabilities in their supply chains.

Methods provide and deploy an end-to-end service to ensure that organisations’ complex, and multi-tiered supply chain networks are robust and secure.

To find out how we do this, please take a look at our Service Overview and get in touch with us on cyber@methods.co.uk to speak to one of our security experts.