The 3 Riskiest Software Supply Chain Attack Patterns Common Across Frameworks

Every AppSec Leader Needs to Know These 3 Risks

2021 has been called “the year of the software supply chain attack” by SecurityWeek and now boardrooms are asking CISOs to report on risks in their software supply chains.

This means AppSec teams need to help their CISOs understand where the business is most at risk.

This top 3 list of software supply chain attack patterns was created by identifying the most commonly overlapping patterns across 6 sources:

  1. 1. MITRE ATT&CK
  2. 2. CAPEC (Common Attack Pattern Enumeration and Classification)
  3. 3. CNCF (Cloud Native Computing Foundation)
  4. 4. SLSA (Supply Chain Levels for Software Artifacts)
  5. 5. ENISA (European Union Agency for Cybersecurity)
  6. 6. Legit Security

Those commonalities were distilled into 3 foundational patterns which every security leader and AppSec professional should know.

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