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Table 2 How to integrate modern technological concepts in supply chain management – technical challenges

From: Cyber risk at the edge: current and future trends on cyber risk analytics and artificial intelligence in the industrial internet of things and industry 4.0 supply chains

How to integrate modern technological concepts in supply chain management – technical challenges
Intelligent manufacturing equipment (Lee et al. 2015; Leitão et al. 2016; Marwedel and Engel 2016; Posada et al. 2015; Shafiq et al. 2015)
Machines capable of interacting with the physical world (Brettel et al. 2016; Carruthers 2016; Leonard 2008; Lewis and Brigder 2004; Marwedel and Engel 2016; Rutter 2015; L. Wang 2013)
Software defined networks (Kirkpatrick 2013)
Software defined storage (Ouyang et al. 2014)
Protocols and enterprise grade cloud hosting (Carruthers 2016)
AI, machine learning, and data analytics (Kambatla et al. 2014; Pan et al. 2015; Shafiq et al. 2015; Wan et al. 2013)
Mesh networks and peer-to-peer connectivity (Wark et al. 2007)
Understand the economic impact of cyber risk (R. Anderson and Moore 2006; Gordon and Loeb 2002; Koch and Rodosek 2016; Rodewald and Gus 2005; Roumani et al. 2016; Ruan 2017; World Economic Forum 2015)
Understanding the shared risk (Koch and Rodosek 2016; Rajkumar et al. 2010; Ruan 2017; Zhu et al. 2011)
Cyber risk estimated loss range (Biener et al. 2014; DiMase et al. 2015; Koch and Rodosek 2016; Ruan 2017; Shackelford 2016)