SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS & IOT MANUFACTURERS
Code signing enables users to verify that your software or firmware can be trusted. But what happens when that trust is broken? If an attacker gets their hands on your code signing keys, it’s game over.
Most organizations recognize the need to secure code signing. The biggest challenge is finding a way to protect keys without disrupting developer demands to sign code and push it to production. This is where Keyfactor can help.
Our latest eBook explores the importance of secure code signing and the risks of poor implementation.
We’ll dive into recent code signing attacks and uncover common security pitfalls that can lead to serious damage to your organization.
Finally, you’ll find your roadmap to secure code signing with four practical steps to overcome security challenges and the right solution to help you get there.
From Stuxnet to Shadowhammer, attackers are becoming more and more skilled in the art of signing and spreading malware without detection.
Code signing keys and certificates compromised from trusted sources are in high demand – selling from $299 to $1,599 on the dark web.
A recent report shows that organizations experienced an average of four incidents involving the theft or misuse of code signing keys and certificates in the past 24 months.
The average cost for these incidents was $15 million – not to mention the loss of trust and reputation if an attacker signs malware with your certificate.
Software supply chain attacks such as the recent ASUS Live Update breach serve as a wake-up call to security teams everywhere.