Cybercrime damage hit $6 trillion in 2021. As corporations and governments tighten security measures, businesses without protocols to protect themselves risk being left out of opportunities.
Small Businesses Are Vulnerable.
Without the right tools and training, small businesses unintentionally find their way out of the supply chain, locked out of doing business with corporations that demand sophisticated security protocols, or by becoming victims of cybercrime.
The National Supply Chain is in Trouble.
It needs a more robust and diversified ecosystem of
suppliers. Businesses need more opportunities.
Cybercrime and a lack of preparedness stand in the way.
We Can Make You Secure.
IWS provides consulting, education, training and certification for professionals in need of cybersecurity support and resources to make you competitive in the national market.
A Powerful Trio
IWS brings together the brightest minds in business, government and academia to address the cyber maturity issues that inhibit the nation’s supply chain resiliency. The collective expertise of these players is key to solving the nation’s supply chain gaps and related cybersecurity issues.
Every U.S. business, no matter its size, needs insulation from cybercrime. Now more than ever, strategic partnerships across all industries are critical to this effort.
Protecting the nation’s ideas, data and technological and industrial dominance against cybercriminals is a priority. As the protocols get more sophisticated, businesses have to be ready.
Academic experts lead the way by providing critical research and applied technologies. Getting this research into practice is a critical piece of the nation’s supply chain resiliency.
Sixty percent of businesses will fold within six months of a cyberattack.
Nearly $600 billion is lost to cybercrime each year.
Data breaches cost $2 million per incident and stem from third-party access.