Kaseya Software Hack Highlights Small Business Security Squeeze

A hack targeting software made by Kaseya Ltd. shows how damaging supply chain attacks can be for small and medium-sized businesses that often outsource their information technology support. Rather than maintaining an in-house IT function, these businesses usually hire consultants known as managed service providers. Kaseya makes software that the service providers use, and that allowed the cyberattack to ripple through the IT supply chain.

Read why Bryson Bort, founder, and CEO of cybersecurity company Scythe says that the Kaseya software hack shows no company, big or small is safe from supply chain attacks on Bloomberg Law.

For more see : Scythe.io.

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