Zero-Day Vulnerabilities: 17 Consequences And Complications
Zero-day vulnerabilities are flaws or weaknesses in software or an operating system that the creator or vendor isn’t aware of. Sometimes hackers discover these vulnerabilities first, giving developers and vendors “zero days” to create and release a patch. Below, 17 members of Forbes Technology Council discuss some consequences and complications of zero-day vulnerabilities and share the information organizations need to know and leverage now to better protect themselves.
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