WP 5 Key Ways Supply Chain Attacks Occur | Resource Library

5 Key Ways Supply Chain Attacks Occur

image description

Get Your White Paper

When an organization adopts third-party or open-source code, it can unwittingly accept an extraordinary amount of risk originating upstream in its supply chain. In 2020, a major supply chain attack caused 18,000 SolarWinds customers, including Fortune 500 companies and multiple US government agencies, to install updates that left them vulnerable to a breach.

Download this white paper to gain a thorough understanding of the five most common supply chain attack methods and see why the process controls in software development lifecycle and vendor management that most organizations use is not sufficient to mitigate catastrophic compromises. You will also learn about a new software plugin that minimizes supply chain risks by neutralizing malicious software activity without requiring special expertise or the participation of software suppliers.