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Lazy remediation leaves most Global 2000 firms vulnerable after Heartbleed Flaw

2015/04/07

Securityweek - (International) Venafi released new research revealing that as of April 2015, 74 percent of 1,642 Global 2000 organizations with public-facing systems vulnerable to the Open Secure Socket Layer (OpenSSL) Heartbleed flaw failed to fully remediate the risks around the flaw despite warnings and guidance. The study also found that 85 percent of the organizations' external servers were still vulnerable and that 580,000 hosts belonging to them were not completely remediated.

Source: http://www.securityweek.com/lazy-remediation-leaves-most-global-2000-firms-vulnerable-heartbleed-flaw-report

Note: This news synopsis is taken from the DHS Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report, a daily [Monday through Friday, except US Federal holidays] summary of open-source published information concerning significant critical infrastructure issues; a 10-day archive of the DOSIR can be found at: http://www.dhs.gov/dhs-daily-open-source-infrastructure-report.


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