According to The Global Risks Report 2020 by the World Economic Forum, cyber-related issues such as cyberattacks, data fraud or theft are among the top risks to corporations: “More and more firms operate in global and digital service ecosystems that not only expose them to their own cyber and technological weaknesses, but also to those of other participants — including customers, suppliers and managed system providers.” Such weaknesses can arise, for example, when companies in your supply network do not have a strong focus on managing cyber risk. When threat actors attack, the consequences for enterprises can be enormous. In addition to direct revenue and profit loss, sensitive data or intellectual property could be stolen or compromised. The “long tail” can include customer compensation payments, production shortfalls or even shutdowns. So, what can you do? We present six issues, along with actions you can take to monitor, identify, assess and mitigate supply chain cyber risk.