New York — The Digital Supply Chain Institute (DSCI) is pleased to welcome Grey Market Labs as a new member. The Arlington, Va.-based company will work with DSCI members to address data privacy and cybersecurity issues to help enable the secure flow of information among supply chain participants.
Grey Market Labs, formed in 2018, helps organizations build and manage secure environments.
Co-founder and CEO, Kristopher Schroeder, said his organization joined DSCI because its members are exploring areas that align with the mission of Grey Market Labs. “Everybody is part of a supply chain and a Constellation of Value,” he said.
Institute membership provides Grey Market Labs access to DSCI-led forums where members openly discuss marketplace challenges. “From the first executive session I attended, it was a small group of executives committed to legitimately solving problems for this space by having a very open discussion,” said Schroeder. “It’s very rare that you get into such an open forum.”
“We are very pleased to have Grey Market Labs join the DSCI Family. The cybersecurity aspect of supply chain resilience is more important than ever for companies and their value chain networks,” said Marko Kovacevic, DSCI Managing Director. “Grey Market Labs brings value in this area. Having members share their knowledge, use cases, and contribute to research and case studies for real problem-solving is imperative for DSCI as a member-led organization. We welcome Gray Market Labs and look forward to an engaging relationship.”
Grey Market Labs’ Schroeder said he is excited to work with DSCI members to help build platforms where supply chain participants can “share information safely and securely while maintaining control of that information.”
DSCI is a non-profit, member-led research institute focused on the creation and application of supply chain management best practices in the digital economy. Grey Market Labs joins the global DSCI membership, including Under Armour, Colgate Palmolive, Dell, Anastasia, Craft, Streamline Media Group, Lanaco, Panama Transshipment Group, Azarc, Transworld Group, TubeIQ, DP World, BT Group, and Dragon Maritime.