People cast their shadows on an American flag. SC Media Editor in Chief Jill Aitoro argued that the SolarWinds hack exposed not only vulnerabilities within the supply chain, but also the dangers of arrogance and complacency. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Jill Aitoro

In an interview I did with Kevin Mandia, he said this: “If your supply chain is compromised, so are you, since the networks so often get connected. Let's say small company C gets compromised. Does it lead to a compromise of big company A? It usually does.”

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