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A Brief Guide to Supply Chain Security


In December 2020, the SolarWinds supply chain attack was discovered. By exploiting open vulnerabilities in the SolarWinds ® Orion ® infrastructure monitoring platform, attackers distributed malware to every organization that used the software. This attack affected hundreds of companies, including Fortune 500 firms and many federal agencies, such as the Pentagon and the Treasury.




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