Supply chain attacks in 2018 were nearly double the amount of the year before according to the latest Symantec Internet Security Threat Report.
— RunSafe Security (@RunSafeSecurity) June 21, 2018
Matan Or-El, Co-founder and CEO at Panorays:
“Cybercriminals are testing and finding successful new attack strategies and then rolling them out across industries. They are escalating their efforts and maximizingtheir results with fewer attacks. These attacks have put pressure on the entire supply chain, especially on smaller companies that may not have the IT expertise to defend themselves. To stay on top of these dynamic cyberattacks, companies must automate continuous monitoring of the supply chain to spot holes in security before cybercriminals leverage them.”