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The State of Software Supply Chain Security 2024


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Why Are Cybersecurity Automation Projects Failing? - The cybersecurity industry has taken limited action to reduce cybersecurity process friction, reduce mundane tasks and improve overall user experience. (Marc Solomon)

How to Align Your Incident Response Practices With the New SEC Disclosure Rules - By turning incident response simulation into a continuous process and employing innovative tools, you can address the stringent requirements of the new SEC incident disclosure rules. (Torsten George)

In the Context of Cloud, Security and Mobility, It’s Time Organizations Ditch Legacy MPLS - If organizations understand the benefits SASE offers over MPLS and traditional SD-WAN, they will realize that SASE is poised to replace aging MPLS in due time. (Etay Maor)

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