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TechCrunch: Lifting the veil on cyber vulnerabilities in government supply chain pipelines

As if we hadn’t had enough disruptions in the Year That Cannot Be Named, 2021 started off with a deafening bang for the U.S. government, in the form of one of the worst data breaches on record. The SolarWinds incident was a devastating, sophisticated nation-state attack that sent several government departments and large organizations into a panic, scrambling to secure their endpoints. Virtually every end-user of the SolarWinds software was compromised, and the incident made it abundantly clear that cybersecurity and defense in software supply chains are critical.

It’s obvious that cybersecurity is important, but what does this mean in the context of supply chains?


As if we hadn’t had enough disruptions in the Year That Cannot Be Named, 2021 started off with a deafening bang for the U.S. government, in the form of one of the worst data breaches on record. The SolarWinds incident was a devastating, sophisticated nation-state attack that sent several government departments and large organizations into a panic, scrambling to secure their endpoints. Virtually every end-user of the SolarWinds software was compromised, and the incident made it abundantly clear that cybersecurity and defense in software supply chains are critical.
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