Report: Companies Still Not Patching Security Vulnerabilities

    Date20 Jan 2015
    CategoryLatest News
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    Posted ByDave Wreski
    The Cisco 2015 Annual Security Report is out and the findings are troubling as always: for every positive finding in the report, it seems, there is a negative finding, neutralizing any gains in the network security struggle. Chief information security officers say their security postures are strong while also admitting they do not install patches. Spam, which has been on the decline for years, increased by 250 percent from January through November. And while Java, once a favorite exploit platform, gets harder and harder to compromise, attackers have simply moved on to new targets such as Silverlight.
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