How do you know that the critical parts inside your servers and devices are not poor quality, ready to fail at a crucial moment? Or, worse, hide malware with nefarious intentions like key-stroke logging, data theft, or sabotage?
Supply chain attacks are actually two kinds of threats. The first seeks to disrupt or cripple actual supply chains. Think of nation-state assaults on key infrastructure or energy systems.
But others use supply chains as a channel to attack dozens, hundreds, or potentially thousands of connected partners. By finding and exploiting weak links, attackers can hop between linked entities, stealing data, and spying or destroying as they go. This is what makes the attacks so dangerous — and attractive for hackers. Read More
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