Survey: Cyberattacks Aimed at Software Supply Chains are Pervasive - DevOps.com
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A survey conducted by Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) found that 91% of respondents reported experiencing a software supply chain incident in the past 12 months.
The survey found zero-day exploits of vulnerabilities within third-party code (41%) were the most common attack vector, followed closely by misconfigured cloud services (40%)...
The biggest impacts of these breaches include cryptojacking, inability to meet service level agreements, malware infestation, unauthorized access, stolen developer credentials, data loss, and the levying of fines.
The biggest areas of impact of those breaches are identified as cryptojacking (43%), inability to meet service level agreements (41%), malware infestation (39%), unauthorized access (39%), stolen developer credentials (37%), data loss (37%) and the levying of fines (37%)...
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