Less than a month after hackers attacked the Colonial Pipeline, shutting down oil operations on the East Coast for five days, one of the world’s largest meat processors, JBS, suffered a similar fate. The growing number of ransomware attacks is starting to build pressure towards finding a better defense against intrusions. Glen Pendley, deputy chief technology officer at Tenable, and Aleksandr Yampolskiy, CEO and co-founder at SecurityScorecard, joined Cheddar’s News Wrap to provide some insight. "In the food industry, according to the research that we've conducted, every fifth company, so one in five companies has a vulnerability in their attack surface," Yampolskiy said.