In this Gartner® report

According to the Gartner report “By 2025, 45% of organizations worldwide will have experienced attacks on their software supply chains,
a three-fold increase from 2021.”  

In this report you’ll learn: 

  • How increased threats of malicious code injection makes it critical to protect internal code and external dependencies (both open-source and commercial).  
  • Leaked secrets or other sensitive data and code tampering prior to release are consequences of a compromised software build and delivery pipeline.  
  • Failure to enforce least privilege entitlements and flat network architectures enables attackers to move laterally against the operating environment, putting the enterprise at greater risk.

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How Software Engineering Leaders Can Mitigate Software Supply Chain Security Risks

Gartner, How Software Engineering Leaders Can Mitigate Software Supply Chain Security Risks, Manjunath Bhat, Dale Gardner, and Mark Horvath, 15 July 2021
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"Attackers are targeting software development systems, open-source artifacts and DevOps pipelines to compromise software supply chains. Software engineering leaders must guide their teams to protect the integrity of the software delivery process by adopting practices described in this research."

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