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Leverage CTI to Mitigate Supply Chain Risk

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Attackers are increasingly capitalizing on risks from supply chains.

The world today is highly interconnected with supply chains that move information, resources, and processes globally. This creates a large attack surface for threat actors to exploit. 

This whitepaper provides an understanding of the who, what, and why behind supply chain attacks, empowering organizations to avoid these incidents in the future. Key findings highlighted in this report:

  • Supply chain attacks and third-party risks are not new, with several significant historical incidents like NotPetya in 2017, SolarWinds in 2020, and Kaseya in 2021.
  • In 2023, two prominent software supply chain attacks affected users of Fortra’s GoAnywhere managed file transfer (MFT) software and Progress MOVEit Transfer software.
  • Supply chain attacks will undoubtedly remain an attractive method for ransomware groups and initial access brokers (IABs) who seek to capitalize on their current popularity and profitability.

Get the report to stay informed and protect your organization against future supply chain risks.