Radware: Understanding Supply Chain Attacks and Client Side Protection

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Supply chain attacks occur when hackers compromise a third-party vendor's software or hardware, which then infects the vendor's customers. Such attacks can be devastating, as they allow the attacker to gain access to the systems and data of many organisations. 

To mitigate the risks of supply chain attacks, organisations should perform due diligence on their vendors, monitor their vendor's security practices, and implement strict access controls and network segmentation.

In this episode of the EM360 Podcast, Analyst Richard Stiennon speaks to Uri Dorot, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Radware, to discuss:

  • Supply chain attacks from the client side
  • Traditional WAF vs server protections vs client side protections
  • Deployment experiences

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