[Whitepaper] 9 Ways to Prevent a Supply Chain Attack on Your CI/CD Server
CI/CD servers are high-value targets for attackers because of their central role in critical development processes. They provide access to source code, a valuable asset for software companies, and can deploy code to production environments, creating serious risks if not adequately secured. Even a single vulnerability can enable attackers to compromise the supply chain, inject malware, and seize control of systems.
According to “The State of Software Supply Chain Security 2023”, this has led to a rise in supply chain attacks since 2020, and 57% of organizations have suffered security incidents related to DevOps toolchain exposures.
To avoid data breaches and business disruptions, securing CI/CD servers should be a top priority. Furthermore, Google’s “2022 Accelerate State of DevOps Report” suggests that implementing proper security controls can have a positive impact on software delivery performance.
In this whitepaper, we present 9 effective ways to prevent a supply chain attack on your CI/CD server, providing practical guidance and best practices to help you strengthen security and protect critical development processes.
By implementing these strategies, you can minimize the risk of a supply chain attack and ensure the integrity, availability, and confidentiality of your software supply chain.
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