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CISO Guide to Supply Chain Compromise

Supply chain compromise attacks cost an average of $183,000. You should be prepared.

In this white paper from Dr. Eric Cole at Secure Anchor, learn how attackers leverage compromised accounts from vendors or partners to launch attacks that are specifically designed to bypass traditional email security. These financial supply chain attacks can cause substantial loss through invoice or payment fraud, or by providing access to the organization that results in a data breach.

Download this white paper to:

  • Discover the various types of attacks launched from compromised vendors
  • Learn how these attacks are bypassing traditional email security
  • Understand which tools you can leverage to stop these attacks and protect your organization today

Fill out the form to receive your copy of the CISO Guide to Supply Chain Compromise today.

After reading this guide, you are eligible for .5 CPE credits through (ISC)².

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