IT Essentials: Clip-clopping towards disaster

Supply chain attacks remain the industry's dirty secret

Tom Allen
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IT Essentials: Clip-clopping towards disaster

2017 was very much 'the year of ransomware'. WannaCry was the herald, and NotPetya main event - at least where companies like Maersk were concerned. It was an exciting time to enter the IT world...

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