Cyberattacks that target supply chain operations have been rare when compared to more traditional forms of hacking, such as spear phishing and malware attacks. Still, supply chain attacks become easier to launch and maintain for years if networks have existing cybersecurity vulnerabilities. ABI Research has discovered that malware can stay dormant in corporate networks for an average of 36 months. This increases supply chain exposure to potential security risks. Increased migrations to the cloud mean that supply chain security will become even more of a priority for enterprises.
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