Zero-days, or vulnerabilities that have been discovered and exploited but not yet repaired, usually aren’t all that common. That could soon change.
Far too many organizations are making a serious mistake with their enterprise or in-house software: building it with open-source components that are flawed.
When it comes to plugging security vulnerabilities, IT departments have their work cut out for them. Hackers are always looking for new ways to launch attacks on companies.
IT pros know one of the key steps that can help prevent security breaches is making sure all software is up to date. However, many businesses are behind the curve when it comes to software patches, a new report says.