Supplies offer hackers easier access to corporate systems and data

01/12/2021 | Pinsent Masons

New research by international law firm Pinsent Masons confirms the importance of obtaining robust contractual commitments from suppliers over cybersecurity incident reporting. A review of the incidents dealt with by the cyber team at the law firm revealed a significant increase in cyber incidents where the point of intrusion originated through a data breach at a supplier compared with the year earlier. 

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