Organizations that boosted security budgets in response to the SolarWinds hack invested the most in threat hunting. ("SolarWinds letters" by sfoskett is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

Organizations that boosted security budgets in response to the SolarWinds hack invested the most in threat hunting, according to a new survey from DomainTools.

News that first broke late last year of a massive hack leveraging SolarWinds' Orion IT management software served as a wake-up call for many organizations, spurring renewed interest in software supply chain security.

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