With prioritized cyber security as a common trend, more and more businesses advance their cyber protection systems to meet current demands for increased remote or hybrid work. Therefore, more companies can generally be sure they are up-to-date with their organizations' cyber security state. Meanwhile, hackers are aware of the trends too, and they search for easier ways to get what they want. Today one of the most popular easier paths is a supply chain attack. Malicious actors target vendors and other third parties an organization collaborates with, and the choice of potential victims can be huge. Here are just a few common supply chain functions: warehousing, transportation, retailing, marketing, management, finance, software operations and advancement, catering, cleaning, etc. Imagine how tragic the consequences can be and how immensely their probability increases for different business sizes or when governments are targeted.