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Map your supply chain

Automatic detection of assets hosted at third parties, and the location of external software in your systems.

Locate risks

Continuous insights from an outside-in perspective help eliminate blind spots and detect risks.

Prevent incidents

Start constructive conversations with suppliers when you see a risk in their attack surfaces.

Save costs

Identify legacy third-party systems and save time detecting infected systems in case of an incident.

Why you need to manage supply chain risk

Automated, outside-in, and continuously

Organisations don’t build and manage 100% of their IT in-house anymore. It simply costs too much time and resources. Instead, many outsource parts of their IT to external parties who offer specialised solutions. The downside is an increasing dependency on software and cloud providers, making you lose absolute control.

A threat actor can target your organisation and obtain access via one of your third parties. Or they target a big IT supplier, making you a victim and infecting your systems. 

When you trust third parties to deliver software solutions, you also trust software updates from them. However, threat actors could have entered their systems and added malicious code to an outgoing update. In one instant, many more organisations are infected and at risk of a malware / ransomware attack.

Applying the supply chain risk solution to your attack surface management let's you know
Which third parties are connected to your infrastructure
Where your assets are hosted at external (cloud) providers
When a third party shows digital risks in your shared attack surfaces
What software you have running from third parties - and where
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Read our editorial on how threat

actors use different techniques

to get to your systems. 

Read more

The cybersprint solution

to manage supply chain risk

Supply chain attacks are very hard to prevent as threat actors target vulnerabilities in your supplier’s systems. Even though those risks are outside your direct control, there are ways to monitor your supply chain and the related risks to minimise the potential impact on your own organisation.

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Hacker Modus Operandi and ASM platform solutions

Hacker Step 1

Gather intelligence on the third parties related to the target.

Solution Identify
  • attack surface assets hosted at third parties
  • software dependencies on third parties
  • providers from assets hosted at third parties
Hacker Step 2

Identify and exploit weaknesses such as email security misconfigurations and software

Solution Assess

Identified risks

  • and monitor the risks from assets in the shared attacksurface of third parties
  • the basic security hygiene of your suppliers
Hacker Step 3

Gain access to a supplier’s systems

Replace legitimate software with a malicious version

Infect a supplier with malware

Solution Manage
  • The risks by sharing mitigation advice with third parties
  • Get notified of relevant events
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Hacker Step 4

Infect target systems with malware

Gain access to customer environments

Obtain, lock, or leak data

Solution Report

Report on risk data from third party assets to

  • inform internal risk management
  • ensure contractor compliance with security requirements and SLAs.

Our Attack Surface Management platform will

Identify supplier dependencies

Detect risks at third parties

Help mitigate risks at others

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