Third parties are often a vital part of delivering mission-critical products and services on behalf of client organisations. This creates numerous risks, especially because of the data sharing that is now necessary for the modern supply chain to function.
Supply chain attacks have become the preferred method of many cyber threat actors. This has implications for all organisations, and carries added weight for those in regulated industries. The EU’s Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA), which targets third-party IT suppliers to the financial sector, is just one example of how regulators and legislators are attempting to combat this risk.
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