Supply Chain Hacking is Gaining Momentum

Supply chain hacking and attacks present one of the most dangerous forms of hacking in the modern age of advanced information technologies. By getting access to the supplier’s network and hiding malicious code within the hardware, software, and apps in the supply chain, hackers have the capability of infecting thousands or even millions of computers within a very short time without the slightest evidence of foul play. This new trend shows that hackers are exploiting it to wreck havoc to unsuspecting manufacturers of electronic devices. The security sector and manufacturers are discovering the threats posed by supply chain hacking where attackers tend to focus on software providers instead of hackers hacking networks or devices directly.

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