How to Defend Against Supply Chain Attacks
While the SolarWinds supply chain attack was the first major software supply chain attack to make international headlines, it was not the first of its kind. Much remains misunderstood about the nature of these attacks and how to defend against them.
In this edition of the Unit 42 Cloud Threat Report, Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 cloud threat researchers analyzed data from a variety of public data sources around the world and, at the request of a large SaaS provider, executed a red team exercise against their software development environment. The research indicates that many organizations may still be lulled into a false sense of supply chain security in the cloud.
To learn how to manage this growing threat in your cloud environments and how to secure your supply chain, our researchers provide actionable best practices any organization can adopt today. Download the report for the latest insights concerning:
- How supply chain attacks occur
- The key to software supply chain protection in the cloud
- Recommendations on how to achieve security and turn theory into practice
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