The State of Cybersecurity in the Supply Chain: Data Insights 2023

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Supply chain attacks have become the fastest rising cyber threat confronting organisations in recent years. Fortunately, over 2500 suppliers have shared data on more than 200 security controls on the Risk Ledger platform, providing us with valuable insights into existing strengths, but also prevailing risks and shortcomings in the supply chain.

We are excited to share our findings in a new report - “The State of Cyber Security in the Supply Chain: Data Insights Report 2023”.

By reading this report, you will:

  • Gain a good understanding of the current state of cyber security in the supply chain ecosystem.
  • Learn about twelve common weaknesses among suppliers, providing CISOs and other security professionals with a list of controls to focus on when re-evaluating their own suppliers’ security posture to achieve quick but meaningful wins.
  • Obtain a set of practical recommendations for how to gain real cyber security benefits through your supplier engagement, moving away from the common tick-box third party risk management approach.

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