Defending Against Supply Chain Attacks

Presented by

Corey O'Connor, Product Marketing Manager, DoControl

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A software supply chain attack targets the software development process, with the intent of introducing malicious code into “trusted” software packages. This attack typically involves compromising one or more of the components that make up the software supply chain. Upon successfully infiltrating the supply chain, attackers can then insert malicious code or backdoors into the software package. Compromising the supply chain allows for the ability to steal sensitive data, launch further attacks on the target organization or its customers, or take control of the affected systems and/or applications. Yikes! In this webinar we will highlight software supply chain risks, as well as offer pragmatic recommendations and guidance to mitigate this type of increasingly common attack that targets Software as a Service (SaaS) applications.
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