In today's digital world, security is a critical aspect of any organization's operations. While some may perceive security as an enterprise-level feature, it is essential for businesses of all sizes to prioritize and implement robust security measures. One of the most common security measures is to implement Single Sign-On (SSO), a digital authentication method that uses a single set of credentials to access multiple applications.
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Supply chains, whether for automotive parts or microprocessors, are complex, as we all know from recent history. Modern software, with more components than ever and automated package management, is also complex, and this complexity provides a rich environment for supply chain attacks. Supply chain attacks inject malicious code into an application via the building blocks of the application (for example, dependencies) in order to compromise the app in order to infect multiple users.