How Agencies Can Close Security Gaps with Digital Twins


Supply chain attacks are fast becoming the vector of choice for hackers. According to the Verizon 2022 Data Breach Investigations Report, 62% of system intrusion incidents came through an organization’s partner, often in the form of malicious code injected into a vendor’s software offerings.

Having up-to-date software is the first line of defense against such hacks. However, a recent IDC study found less than half of organizations (49.6%) are capable of rapidly deploying any form of patch or update.

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