In this Evolving Enterprise article, Chris Spargen discusses the increase in digital supply chain attacks and details how organizations can minimize these risks.
Originally published in Evolution Enterprise
"When hackers test out supply chains for weaknesses, the most common targets are unsecured connections and unencrypted data shared between companies. They serve as an access point for core systems such customer databases containing sensitive data.
Added to this, the systems that communicate with partners are often Internet-exposed. And that unlocked entry can cause a domino effect that puts any downstream customers at risk.”
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