Top 10: supply chain cybersecurity companies 2022

Only this summer the largest password collection in history was leaked on a popular hacker forum, allegedly containing 82 billion passwords. It’s a worrying snapshot of the threats that lurk out there.
Only this summer the largest password collection in history was leaked on a popular hacker forum, allegedly containing 82 billion passwords. It’s a worrying snapshot of the threats that lurk out there.
Supply chains are targeted by cybercriminals for 'back door' attacks on global brands. Here are 10 leading cybersecurity companies keeping businesses safe

Cybersecurity is near the top of most CIOs’ list of priorities. Supply chains often comprise thousands of vendors, many of which might be vulnerable. Hackers often target such vendors as a means of insinuating their way downstream or upstream into a multinational company, who is their ultimate target – the so-called backdoor attack.

The consequences of such an attack can be severe, operationally, financially and reputationally. Below are ten of the top cybersecurity companies, helping prevent such catastrophes.

Supply chain cybersecurity top 10: Zscaler

Zscaler provides enterprises with a cloud-based security platform built on zero trust principles. Zscaler mainly caters to U.S.-based enterprises with 10,000 or more employees.

The recently company showcased security detection capabilities available through its Zero Trust Exchange cloud security platform and the CrowdStrike eXtended detection and response (XDR) platform - helping customers correlate security data from multiple sources to identify new indicators of compromise (IoCs) and suspicious signals that show cyberattacks may be underway.

Supply chain cybersecurity top 10: VM Ware

VMware was founded 20 years ago, and is a leading provider of multi-cloud services for all apps, enabling digital innovation with enterprise control. Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, VMware is committed to building a better future through the company’s 2030 Agenda. 

The company acquired CloudHealth in 2018 and expanded it in 2019 to provide deeper integration with VMware workloads, alongside public cloud. CloudHealth provides cloud governance features to help organisations align security and regulatory compliance.

Supply chain cybersecurity top 10: Fortinet

Fortinet develops and sells cybersecurity solutions, including physical firewalls, antivirus software, intrusion prevention systems and endpoint security components. The Fortinet Security Fabric platform secures many of the largest enterprise, service provider, and government organisations around the world. 

Headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, the company brings together the concepts of convergence and consolidation to provide comprehensive cyber security protection for all users, devices, and applications across all network edges.​


Supply chain cybersecurity top 10: Crowdstrike

Crowdstrike provides cloud-native endpoint protection software. Its platform, Falcon, goes beyond simple threat detection by automatically investigating anomalies removing the guesswork from threat analysis. Crowdstrike counts three of the 10 largest global companies by revenue among its clients. The company was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

Powered by the CrowdStrike Security Cloud, the CrowdStrike Falcon Platform leverages real-time indicators of attack and threat intelligence to deliver hyper-accurate detections, automated protection and remediation.

Supply chain cybersecurity top 10: Cisco

Cisco is a software development company that offers its own security platform, SecureX. This cloud-native platform includes XDR capabilities and integrates the Cisco Secure portfolio with its customers’ security infrastructure, speeding detection, response, and recovery. 

It delivers a consistent, built-in experience across customers’ products, giving them unified visibility, intuitive automation, and robust security for their entire security portfolio. Cisco Secure enables customers to defend against threats and safeguard the most vital aspects of business with security resilience.

Supply chain cybersecurity top 10: Trend Micro

Trend Micro is a leader in cloud and enterprise cybersecurity. It has around 7,000 employees across 65 countries, with its cyber security platform protecting 500,000+ organisations and 250+ million individuals across clouds, networks, devices, and endpoints.

The platform delivers central visibility for improved detection and response, with a powerful range of advanced threat defence techniques optimised for environments like AWS, Microsoft, and Google. Trend Micro is driven by decades of security expertise, global threat research, and continuous innovation.

Supply chain cybersecurity top 10: Darktrace

AI-based Darktrace has the ability to interrupt in-progress cyber attacks with its technology. It can fight against attacks including ransomware, email phishing and threats to cloud environments and critical infrastructure. The company has over 6,500 customers worldwide that rely on Darktrace’s digital immune system to avoid cyber disruptions.

Darktrace, founded in 2013, applies Self-Learning AI to enable machines to understand the business in order to autonomously defend it. The company is also headquartered in Cambridge, UK, with 1,700 employees and over 30 offices worldwide.


Supply chain cybersecurity top 10: CyberArk

CyberArk is a global leader in identity security. In 1999, CEO Udi Mokady introduced a patented digital vault technology, the company provides a comprehensive security offering for any identity – human or machine – across business applications, distributed workforces, hybrid cloud workloads and throughout the DevOps lifecycle. 

CyberArk has gone on to lead the market in securing enterprises against cyber attacks that take cover behind insider privileges and attack critical enterprise assets. The company delivers innovative security solutions that help leaders become more proactive to cyber attacks.

Supply chain cybersecurity top 10: McAfee

Headquartered in San Jose, CA, the McAfee Corporation is an American global computer security software company. Purchased by Intel in February 2011 to become part of its Intel Security division, McAfee is a worldwide leader in online protection. Its key attributes are to focus on protecting people, not their devices. The cybersecurity business boasts over 108 million customers in 182 countries worldwide. 

McAfee’s suite of products include its antivirus software, which can be used to scan PCs for viruses and protect them in real-time detecting all kinds of malware, such as ransomware, spyware, adware and more. 

With cloud-native data protection from McAfee Skyhigh Security Cloud and threat defence from McAfee Cloud Workload Security, customers can transform cloud risk into business acceleration. The company’s cyber solutions are designed to integrate threat defence across devices, IT infrastructure and the cloud.


Supply chain cybersecurity top 10: Palo Alto Networks

With its headquarters in Santa Clara, Palo Alto Networks is an American multinational cybersecurity firm . Its platform includes advanced firewalls and cloud-based offerings that extend those firewalls to cover other aspects of security. Created in 2005, it today boasts over 85,000 worldwide customers in more than 150 countries.

Its mission is to be the cyber security partner of choice, protecting our digital way of life. By delivering an integrated platform and empowering a growing ecosystem of partners, the company protects tens of thousands of organisations across clouds, networks, and mobile devices. Palo Alto’s technology enables customers to secure any cloud, automate security operations, stop zero-data threats in zero time and secure hybrid workforces.


Palo Alto Networks is an American multinational cybersecurity company with headquarters in Santa Clara, California. Its platform includes advanced firewalls and cloud-based offerings that extend those firewalls to cover other aspects of security. Created in 2005, it today boasts over 85,000 worldwide customers in more than 150 countries.

The company’s mission is to be the cyber security partner of choice, protecting our digital way of life. By delivering an integrated platform and empowering a growing ecosystem of partners, the company protects tens of thousands of organisations across clouds, networks, and mobile devices. Palo Alto’s technology enables customers to secure any cloud, automate security operations, stop zero-data threats in zero time and secure hybrid workforces.

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