• It turns out a recent bombshell report detailing how rogue microchips infected an unknown number of computer servers may not be true.
• The event illustrates that supply chain risk is legitimate, and enterprises must plan for the risk and implement methods to detect such compromises.
Cybersecurity’s biggest mystery is centered on a microchip so small, it might not even exist.
It all started on 4 October, when U.S. news agency Bloomberg reported that many of the motherboards manufactured by Super Micro Computer had been compromised before they ever left the factory. Continue reading “Super Micro Supply Chain Attack May Be Fake, But Supply Chain Risk is Genuine”