A false sense of security?
Reevaluating zero-day threats
Duration: 30 minutes, 15 min Q&A

Several thousand new Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) are added to the National Vulnerability Database every month, and companies such as Microsoft, Google and Facebook (now Meta) pay researchers millions to find security flaws in their software and systems. Given the scope of the effort to identify and remediate CVEs, why do zero-day threats still make up two-thirds of all malware? We’ll take a fresh look at zero days, including some findings from recent research, to shed some light on why the problem persists. Of course, our security researchers will also share a refreshed set of recommended mitigation measures, rules and strategies for protecting your organization.

Join ESET security researchers for a webinar where we’ll examine why zero-day threats still make up two thirds of all malware, and share new insights from recent research. Here’s some of what we’ll cover:

  • Why current practices for publishing vulnerabilities might be handing criminals an advantage
  • The role of “zero-day brokers” in the black market for cyber-exploits
  • Some alarming facts about identified vulnerabilities and exploits, and efforts to remediate them
  • Updated recommendations around risk management, rules, strategies, and zero-day threat mitigation

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