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Supply chain remains the weakest link in cybersecurity
Supply chains present a weak link for cybersecurity because organisations can’t always control the security measures taken by supply chain partners. Sean Duca, Vice President and Chief Security Officer of Palo Alto Networks explores the ways in which cybercriminals can attack an organisation by first infiltrating a supply chain partner. Supply chains present a weak link for cybersecurity because organisations can’t always control the security measures taken by supply chain partners. This can create opportunities for cybercriminals to attack an organisation by first infiltrating a supply chain partner. Organisations and their partners need to be aware of this risk and act to protect each other, according to Palo Alto Networks. Supply chain organisations are targeted because they often aren’t as aware of potential threats and may not have adequate resources to manage security to a high level. Bad actors often start small, waiting in systems for years before striking the target organisation where it’s weak.
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