How Mass Consolidation Turned Food Into a Hacking Target


Fierce competition among companies to contain costs and achieve scale sparked a wave of consolidation that has left the vast majority of production in the hands of a few giant commodity producers that now oversee giant bottlenecks of supply. In turn, these companies have become sitting ducks for hacker groups that know any downtime of critical operations can cost millions and have serious economic impacts. Read more here.

Author: Supply Chain Brain