In recent years, supply chain attacks have become an increasingly common threat to businesses of all sizes and industries. These attacks exploit weak links within an organisation’s supply chain to gain access to sensitive data, install malware, and cause disruption to services.

A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack inundates a network, service, or server with bogus traffic to overload the system, resulting in a slowdown or crash. Cybercriminals use this tactic to disrupt services or communication, harm a brand’s reputation, gain a competitive advantage, or distract the incident response team.