Zero Day

Zero-day vulnerabilities represent a critical challenge for security teams worldwide. These vulnerabilities are software flaws that are unknown to the vendor and, consequently, have no patch available at the time of discovery. Their exploitation by adversaries can lead to significant breaches, data loss, and system compromises.
  • According to a report by FireEye, zero-day vulnerabilities accounted for 0.1% of all exploited vulnerabilities, highlighting their rarity but significant impact.
  • The Cost of a Data Breach Report 2020 by IBM found that the average time to identify and contain a breach was 280 days, underscoring the stealthy nature of zero-day exploits.

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