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Non-profit Global Business Alliance launches supply chain subsidiary.


The Global Business Alliance, a non-profit devoted to raising foreign investment in U.S. industry, announced Tuesday a subsidiary to help international companies manage supply chain concerns.

GBA Sentinel will assist international companies operating in the U.S. that face a growing understanding of risk from upstream partners in their supply chains and an increasingly complex regulatory space – both by giving advice and by subsidizing a supply chain management toolkit.

Small businesses are less likely to have the resources, experience and infrastructure to engage with rigorous cybersecurity requirements. GBA represents many sizable, truly global firms –  and yet supply chains are one area where large businesses can be at a similar security disadvantage. The more vendors that feed into a final product or a business process, the more potential weak links exist along the way.

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