2020 will long be remembered for many things, but in the realm of cybersecurity, it’s marked by the spike in zero-day exploits. Renowned security experts at Google have labeled it “the year of zero-day exploits.” While these vulnerabilities are often associated with cutting-edge hacking attempts, a significant portion of them is regrettably due to overlooked or inadequately addressed known issues.
Preventable Exploits: A Missed Opportunity
In an eye-opening revelation, Google’s Project Zero team underlined a startling fact: one out of every four zero-day exploits that were detected could have been sidestepped. How? Through more rigorous investigations and more comprehensive patch efforts. This brings forth the idea that while businesses are racing to stay ahead of the next big threat, sometimes the most immediate danger lies in not addressing the vulnerabilities already on the radar.
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