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In a supply chain attack, malicious actors access source code to inject malware or other mechanisms that enable access and persistence inside your environments. Your source code can also expose encryption keys and access credentials that can arm an attacker with the tools they need to inflict a potentially massive data breach.

In this webinar, ShardSecure CTO and Co-founder, Jesper Tohmo, and Senior Security Engineer, Zack Link discuss the anatomy of a software supply chain attack, how Microshard technology works, how to implement it into your existing software development practice, and how ShardSecure uses Microsharding to protect our own source code.