Month: June 2020

vulnerabability exploitability

Every piece of code is a potential source of vulnerabilities. This could be operating systems, containers, databases, web servers and the list just goes on. It also includes hardware devices like L2 / L3 network devices, healthcare devices, IOT devices and more. To further compound things, the rate at which vulnerabilities are discovered is growing […]

Data Science and commercially available AI/ML implementations now make it possible to predict whether a vulnerability can be weaponized into malware. This could be a critical moment in cybersecurity as it allows vulnerability management to be truly proactive and reduces the remediation workload. But why bother with this? And even if we did, how could […]