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Gartner® Report: Leader’s Guide to Software Supply Chain Security

See how the three pillars of software supply chain security can address this critical risk in the new Gartner report

“Software supply chain security is a critical risk and compliance issue, but most organizations approach it in a fragmented way. The lack of an all-inclusive structure leaves protection gaps. By implementing a three-pillar framework, security and risk management leaders can ensure broad protection.”

This new report from Gartner indicates that software supply chain attacks costs will rise from $46 billion in 2023 to $138 billion by 2031 (a 200% increase). These attacks include both proprietary and commercial code - presenting a critical risk and compliance issue. Unfortunately, companies are fragmented and not ready to address this issue.

In order to help companies address these issues, Gartner has introduced three pillars for software supply chain security. Learn more about the three pillars and get critical attack insights provided by the ReversingLabs team.

Key takeaways you will get from this report:

  • The set of processes and tools used to curate, create, and consume software to mitigate these attacks

  • How to develop a coordinated SSCS strategy

  • How binary analysis, penetration testing, and more for code, sensitive, or high-risk systems can address the attacks

  • How to implement a three-pillar framework security and risk management leaders can leverage to ensure broad protection


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Gartner,  “Leader’s Guide to Software Supply Chain Security”
Dale Gardner, Manjunath Bhat, 20 June 2024

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