[SecurityWeek] Third Party Attacks Are Increasing, But Third-Party Risk Management Is Failing

The risks associated with supply chain (for software and services) is huge and growing. A new report shows that boardroom awareness and budgets for third-party risk management has increased; but this is not necessarily translating into effective action.

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