The 3 Riskiest Software Supply Chain Attack Patterns Common Across Frameworks
The software supply chain is a complex, rapidly changing and highly vulnerable attack surface. How can you best defend against the increasing threat of attacks?
To help you pinpoint potential vulnerabilities, we’ve identified the 3 riskiest attack patterns as identified by sources like MITRE ATT&CK.
Download our white paper to:
- Learn the 3 riskiest software supply chain attack patterns
- See how hackers exploit SDLC vulnerabilities using recent incidents like SolarWinds and Log4J
- Get expert tips to reduce your software supply chain risk
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