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RL Insights On The 2024 Verizon DBIR

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The 2024 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report has pulled back the curtain on software supply chain attacks, revealing a 65% increase in breaches stemming from software in enterprises.

Software supply chain attacks continue to impact organizations of all sizes. And the latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) has painted an alarming picture impacting global enterprises. While many organizations have been focused on traditional security tools and layers, the DBIR reports that software now represents a growing attack surface that many security teams are blind to.

The report delves into the intricacies of data breaches tied to software vulnerabilities, covering in detail the ripple effects felt from even the smallest software security failure. As cyber threats evolve in complexity and threat actors in sophistication, the DBIR underscores the urgent need for enhanced security protocols. 

Going beyond the attacks on SolarWinds, 3CX, and MoveIT, the 2024 Verizon DBIR sounds the alarm over software supply chain security — and calls for higher standards for development organizations.

Join ReversingLabs, a contributor to this year’s report, as we dig into the key takeaways of the latest report from Verizon. Insights and takeaways include:

Why and how software supply chain risks are increasing

The responsibility of software producers to deliver secure code

The increase in focused threat actor strategies

The importance and benefits of advanced security measures

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