Attack Path Discovery: Supply Chain Security

Attack Path Discovery: Supply Chain Security

Brent Whitfield, CEO, DCG Technical Solutions

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From Shanghai to Los Angeles, IT services and systems now connect the various infrastructures of the supply chain, creating a complex web of dependencies. Each of these assets could theoretically become entry points for a cyberattack using known or new zero-day exploits. In addition to patching vulnerabilities, cyber defense teams need to take a proactive stance by deploying intrusion detection systems (IDS) to actively sniff out potential threats.

  Smart Ports & Supply Chains      Automation and Optimisation, Environment, Health & Safety, Security, Surveillance and Detection, Wireless Networks

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