Supply chain attacks, which exploit an organization’s weakest digital links, increasingly threatened organizations in recent years. Your email and digital communications with suppliers, partners, vendors and affiliates represent a significant risk to any organization — a risk made frighteningly clear by the recent SolarWinds and FireEye breaches.
With many organizations working with thousands of third parties, and with little visibility into each one’s security process, hackers are provided surreptitious opportunities to launch phishing campaigns and avoid detection.
We at Area 1 see this trend of supply chain attacks only increasing. Our own service stopped upwards of a quarter billion dollars in supply chain-related fraudulent invoicing in 2020 alone.
To improve your strategy for stopping seven types of common supply chain attacks, read on.