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Third-Party Software: Derisking Mergers & Acquisitions

With M&A, you will inherit software. Risk management requires evaluating threats in all software. Learn how.

In today’s world, software runs everything — including the company you may want to buy. When engaging in mergers and acquisitions (M&A), you are certain to inherit a new software stack — whether intended or not. To maintain effective risk management, organizations must evaluate threats in any proprietary software created, or commercial software acquired.

In this white paper, you will learn how to comprehensively manage supply chain risk in a step-by-step process during an M&A, including how to:

  • Identify material cyber incidents that are “deal breakers” and security exposures for more accurate deal pricing
  • Articulate the security risk presented by outdated, duplicative, or exposed software stacks
  • Catalog the components (e.g comprehensive SBOM), dependencies, and license obligations of your software supply chain
  • Identify malware, tampering, and other risks and threats
  • Proactively identify and address security exposures early



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