Maryland Smith Researchers to Present Supply Chain Climate Vulnerability Index in May 8 Webinar

A University of Maryland research team, including representatives of Maryland Smith’s Supply Chain Management Center, will present findings supporting their recently completed "Climate Change Variability/Vulnerability Index” in a free webinar, hosted by software firm and project partner Resilinc, at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 8. Register via https://go.umd.edu/UFk.

UMD Researchers and Resilinc Corp. Create Index of Climate Change Risk to Company Supply Chains

Maryland Smith’s Supply Chain Management Center is Helping Drive an Initiative for Businesses to Better Measure and Mitigate Risk COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Last year a series of severe weather events including the late-winter storm that hit the U.S. Northeast, followed by weather-related damage that closed the U.S.-Mexico Laredo border, and subsequent U.S. landfall hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria contributed to a doubling of global supply chain disruption and, for the first time, made the United States the region most-impacted by such disruption.

UMD-Smith Delivers Pioneering Cybersecurity Research

Researchers Produce First Statistical Evidence that Certain Cyber Practices Can Reduce Specific Breaches

Smith’s Boyson and Mann Draw International Best Practice Award for Cyber Risk Portal

A preeminent professional organization in technology has selected Smith School research professor Sandor Boyson and CIO Holly Mann for its inaugural Cybersecurity Award for Practice.

What Harvey Tells Us About Future Storms

Preparedness Lessons from Walmart, FedEx and Procter & Gamble SMITH BRAIN TRUST – Among the lasting effects of a catastrophic natural disaster like Hurricane Harvey is one that is undeniably positive: Knowledge. It's an understanding of what is needed in the wake of a disaster, which efforts worked and which failed, and how to be better prepared.

Why the U.S. Is Fertile Ground for Supply Chains

SMITH BRAIN TRUST — Setting aside NAFTA reform, a border adjustment tax and U.S.-China trade war as potential disruptors, "conditions especially favor the United States to remain a key hub in the global supply chain and to expand its competitive leadership in the future," says Sandor Boyson, research professor and co-director of the Supply Chain Management Center

The WannaCry Legacy: How the Attack Will Shape Cybersecurity

SMITH BRAIN TRUST – The WannaCry ransomware that has affected more than 230,000 computers in 150 countries now has largely halted its crawl across the globe, but experts say the attack's real impact might be yet to come. They predict the assault could herald a turning point in cyber intrusions and in the way institutions handle cybersecurity.

When Globalization Feels Like Sitting 'in the Middle of a Storm'

Globalization: It's a topic that increasingly dominates headlines and political discourse around the world, with Donald Trump in the White House, the United Kingdom leaving the European Union, and protectionist sentiment gaining political favor in other parts of the developed world. It was also the topic that dominated the seventh annual Emerging Markets Forum, hosted by the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) at the University of Maryland's Robert H.

What Trump's Tweets Mean For World Trade

SMITH BRAIN TRUST — President-elect Donald Trump’s tough talk on trade and outsourcing might never fully translate to policy, but it might help accelerate a shift that's already begun in global manufacturing, says research professor Sandor Boyson at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.

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