Why you need to understand supply chain and cyber crime.
Hasain Alshakarti | Björn Andersson
Supply chain attacks have been around for many years, and we at Truesec are seeing an increase among these. At the same time, we see a trend of supply chain attacks as something that cannot be protected against and therefore many people turn a blind eye to the risks and try not to do anything about them.
However, like any other cyber threat, this is a challenge that can be protected against in a number of different ways, depending on the type of the threat and the setup you have.
This Tech Talk gives you the opportunity to ask questions and get advice on what to do.
- What supply chain attack is
- What trends we have seen recently around Supply chain attacks
- Who is carrying out Supply chain attacks?
- What YOU need to know about supply chain attacks. Whether you are a developer, IT professional, IT technician or in management function
- Where to start to increase your protection against supply chain attacks
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Senior Solutions Architect Infrastructure
Solution Architect, Hybrid Cloud Evangelist, Microsoft Excel virtuoso who listens to almost uncomfortably many podcasts.
With over 900 published blog articles, lectures and podcasts, my absolute driving force is to share knowledge and learn from others. Challenging existing knowledge and absolute truths is the beginning of a tremendously good day. #NeverStopLearning
MVP & Cyber Security Expert
Hasain is an acknowledged security expert and computer industry speaker; he has been speaking at MS Ignite, TechED US, TechED Europe, and TechDays as well as other events and conferences across the world.
Besides being a very popular instructor for the last 20 years, Hasain is especially focusing on Cybersecurity and Identity, helping customers understand and implement security measures.
Hasain has a background as a developer and works closely with developers to help them understand security demands and realize in applications and systems without losing functionality and usability. He’s a member of the TrueSec Security Team, Microsoft Extended Expert Team (MEET), and a recipient of the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award in Enterprise Security.