The acquisition of different levels of security certification on a Supply Chain / Organization is a highly demanding process.
The Farm-to-Fork use case includes the whole food distribution chain starting from the collection at the farm, following with the transport and finally the delivery and storage at the retailer/supermarket.
Network management and orchestration require high efforts and time from customers and network administrators in order to achieve the business goals. In the supply chains, networks have introduced new challenging requirements considering the heterogeneity of infrastructure, considering different owners, various and geographically distributed devices, and multiple users.
In the FISHY Project, we have several components and tools that needs to be integrated and have connectivity among them.
Looking back to just ten years ago, the complexity and flexibility of software networks have taken an impressive leap forward. These advancements had a massive impact on the network administration procedures and, of course, their management costs. However, we do not witness the same level of enthusiasm when looking at the influence on security practices.
When addressing the resilience of supply chains in their complexity, a platform that provides vulnerability forecast, risk estimation and mitigation must consider the heterogeneous nature of supply chain infrastructures . Authors: Joao Costa, Jan Antič, Aleš Černivec, Lucija Korbar (XLAB)
5th Blog entry by Guillermo Jiménez Prieto (CAPGEMINI) October 2021
4th Blog entry by Ana Machado Silva (Sonae) and José Duarte (Sonae Arauco) October 2021
3rd FISHY blog entry by Nelly Leligou (SYNELIXIS) June 2021
2nd FISHY blog entry by Martí Miquel (UPC) May 2021