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Over the past few years, devastating cyberattacks targeting the software supply chain have crippled business operations for thousands of organizations, costing them tens of millions in lost business revenue, cyber insurance, legal fines, loss of customer loyalty, and diminished brand reputation.
In fact, according to a recent Forrester Report, 55% of cybersecurity pros reported their organization experienced an incident or breach involving supply chain or third-party providers in the past 12 month.
But what is driving the rapid explosion of supply chain attacks? Supply chain cyberattacks offer threat actors stealthy, scalable, and privileged access to any organization’s on-premises, cloud, or hybrid environment.
Addressing these sorts of cyberattacks requires a layered defense in which third-party integrations are audited, endpoints are monitored for post-compromise actions, and an Incident Response plan that considers supply chain risks is put in place to minimize impact.
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Download this report to learn why multi-signal investigation with 24/7 log monitoring and management provides the modern foundation to minimize the risk of software supply chain cyberattacks.
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