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IANS Vulnerability and Breach Update: Q2 2018

July 6, 2018 | Faculty Reports | Malware and Advanced Threats | By Mike Saurbaugh, IANS Faculty

Vulnerabilities and breaches are mainstream news regularly. With a new vulnerability seemingly discovered daily, which should be taken more seriously (i.e., patch now!) and which are overhyped? In this quarterly research report, IANS Faculty Mike Saurbaugh updates clients on the top vulnerabilities and breaches from the past quarter and provides some real-world context and perspective.


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