Supply Chains


Supply chains are integral to global commerce, involving intricate processes that span from production to delivery. As digital transformation permeates this sector, so do the associated cybersecurity risks. Supply chains, being complex and multifaceted, face unique challenges that centralized cybersecurity measures are often ill-equipped to handle. Ensuring the security and integrity of supply chain operations is crucial for businesses to protect their assets, maintain operational continuity, and preserve customer trust.

Naoris Protocol’s decentralized cybersecurity presents a paradigm shift backed by post-quantum cryptography and distributed AI to validate and secure the devices, networks and data that underpin the global supply chain. Its real-time detection capabilities significantly reduce cyber threats, while also allowing various stakeholders in the supply chain to share proof of trusted operations across a decentralized network. This boosts trust, security, and compliance throughout the ecosystem enhancing supply chain resilience and trust among stakeholders.


Supply Chain Data Breaches

Unauthorized access to supply chain information such as intellectual property, trade secrets, or customer data can lead to significant financial loss, operational disruption, and reputational damage. Ensuring the security of sensitive data against breaches is critical.

Network Security Across the Supply Chain

The interconnected nature of supply chain networks requires robust security measures to guard against cyberattacks that could disrupt operations and compromise data integrity.

IoT Security in the Supply Chain

IoT devices used within supply chains are often vulnerable, presenting opportunities for cybercriminals to infiltrate and compromise supply chain operations.

Ransomware and Cyber Extortion

Ransomware attacks can cripple supply chain operations by encrypting critical data and systems, leading to costly downtime and potential data loss or exposure.

Insider Threats

Insiders with privileged access to supply chain systems and data pose a significant risk, as they can intentionally or unintentionally pose a risk of theft, cause disruptions, data breaches, or sabotage

Supply Chain Visibility and Traceability

Lack of end-to-end visibility and traceability in supply chains can hinder the ability to identify and alert for security risks and vulnerabilities. The complexity and global nature of supply chains can also introduce security vulnerabilities that can be exploited to infiltrate and disrupt operations.

Regulatory Compliance

Navigating the complex web of international and industry-specific regulations related to data protection and privacy is a constant challenge for supply chains. Supply chain organizations must comply with various cybersecurity regulations and standards, such as NIST SP 800-161 and ISO 28000, which can be challenging and resource-intensive.


Naoris Protocol addresses these challenges with a suite of advanced solutions designed for the supply chain sector:

  • Enhanced data breach protection using post-quantum layer-1 blockchain, dPoSec trust consensus and distributed AI to validate and secure data exchanges within the supply chain, ensuring data integrity, trust and confidentiality.

  • Robust network security with real-time detection of cyber threats protects supply chain networks from disruptions and unauthorized access.

  • IoT device security is enhanced through immutable recording of IoT device operations on-chain that provides transparent proof of device integrity and operational health, securing IoT devices against exploitation.

  • Real-time threat detection through continuous monitoring and analysis, including data breaches, ransomware, and insider threats, minimizes the impact on supply chain operations creating deeper trust between participants

  • Insider threat mitigation implemented access controls and continuous monitoring detects and prevents unauthorized actions by insiders, enhancing internal security measures.

  • Enhanced supply chain visibility and traceability through an immutable record of operations and product provenance enables end-to-end supply chain visibility and traceability, reducing the risk of counterfeit or tampered products.

  • Regulatory compliance facilitation via immutable record of operations and security measures implemented by Naoris Protocol aids in demonstrating compliance with various cybersecurity regulations and standards applicable to supply chain environments.


Naoris Protocol offers a transformative approach to cybersecurity in supply chain environments, addressing the unique challenges posed by data breaches, ransomware attacks, and the need for trust and transparency among stakeholders. This post-quantum backed innovative solution marks a significant advancement in protecting global supply chains and their integrated data assets, ensuring a more secure, trusted and compliant future for the sector.

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