In December of 2020, a sophisticated supply chain attack was exposed by industry leading information security firm, FireEye. FireEye discovered the attack because this attack had breached their own network. Later Solarwinds was revealed as the reason for the breach.
425 of the Fortune 500 companies utilize Solarwinds software. What happens when that software company is infiltrated by attackers? They plant a back door into the code.
This discover and announcement rocked the security world. We are going to discuss the real world impact for companies in Indiana.
We will hear from individuals who utilized Solarwinds. What actions did they take? What were the indicators of compromise?
This attack also brings up some larger questions. What other software could be vulnerable to this? Does this boost the case for the open source community?
IT always preaches update, update, update your software. This attack flipped that on its head. If your Solarwinds software was out of date, you are probably unaffected. How does that impact the psyche of IT professionals. We are paranoid enough already.
We talk through these questions and more. We will tell you what we know. If you have questions about the breach, we hope to provide you with answers.
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