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Forums it-sa Expo 2023 Knowledge Forum D

Cyber attack on the supply chain: What happens if your supplier has been compromised?

How does this affect your safety and productivity?
Our expert explains how attackers work in new ways.

calendar_today Wed, 11.10.2023, 10:30 - 10:45

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Awareness / Phishing / Fraud Data security / DLP / Know-how protection Governance, Riskmanagement and Compliance Network Security / Patch Management SIEM / Threat Analytics / SOC Trend topic

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  • Impact of a cyber incident in the supply chain
  • Impact on your security and your productivity
  • How do attackers proceed and what are examples of mitigation

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The advancing digitization has created complex global supply chains whose vulnerability has become clear as a result of the crises of recent years. However, more and more targeted attacks on supply chains can also be observed in cyberspace. Usually with devastating effects, not only for the companies affected, but also for their customers and partners. Since those affected fear a significant loss of reputation in addition to enormous financial damage, they do not always communicate attacks to their stakeholders.


Although indirect attacks are already dominating today's threat landscape, most companies still focus primarily on the security of their own IT systems and neglect the continuous monitoring of their entire supply chain. Supply chain attacks have therefore been a concern for cyber professionals for many years, as the chain reaction triggered by an attack on a single supplier can have far-reaching consequences for the global economy.


A supply chain cyber incident occurs after a successful attack on a trusted supplier, third party, or integrator that is part of the chain of trust and has access to or influence over the data, systems, or components of the primary target. For example, attackers can inject malicious code into otherwise reliable software, compromise physical components, or even hijack valid email addresses to cause damage.


This presentation by Markus Neumaier shows what happens if your supplier or partner for software, hardware or services has been compromised and what impact this has on your security and productivity. In addition, our incident response expert explains how attackers are proceeding in new ways and gives examples of defense.
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