Stop fixing every exploit!

August 09, 2013  |   blog

B-Sides Security has a presentation on their blog going into a statistical analysis of over 23 million live vulnerabilities across over 1 million real assets. During one month, June-July 2013, 1.5 million real breaches occurred and correlated to only 103 CVEs. (Common Vulnarabilities and Exposures) Essentially, they make the argument that we are running a continuously growing database, which puts more strain on our environments, to cater to very few actually used vulnerabilities. This means vendors have to keep up with a constantly changing database, and there is only a finite amount they can do. This is where vulnerability testing and internal security measures and practices have to come into play.

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