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By Attack Vector: Supply Chain Poisoning

Supply Chain
Poisoning

Close the Gaps from Supply Chain Poisoning with Virsec

Supply chain attacks are increasingly becoming a business-critical issue impacting crucial relationships with partners and suppliers.

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Supply Chain Attacks are Gaining Traction

Software supply chain attacks have been front and center in the minds of many IT security leaders within some of the world’s largest organizations. Many organizations feel that they cannot do more to prevent these attack types, and they cannot afford this to continue as they place themselves at enormous risk and peril. 

Prevent a Supply Chain Attack with Virsec Deterministic Protection Platform (DPP) 

Virsec Deterministic Protection Platform (DPP) establishes a foundation for achieving complete application protection. It provides deep visibility and full-stack control across the runtime infrastructure with a deterministic approach to threat detection. It focuses on core application components, with real-time detection and protection actions that harden vulnerable software, assuring that your application only runs as it should and that no malicious code can ever execute.

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"Protecting the enterprise software supply chain has become more challenging in recent years and will continue to represent a significant challenge unless enterprises deploy protection wherever software runs,” said Jim Routh, CISO veteran, industry expert, and Virsec Chief Security Advisor. “Virsec is an industry leader in offering advanced protection for any workload wherever it runs in real-time."