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22 Sep: Zero-Day Vulnerabilities

Zero-Day Vulnerabilities are security flaws in software or hardware that have not yet been discovered or patched by the manufacturers. Attackers can use these vulnerabilities to target weak points in systems once they discover them. The term “Zero-Day” refers to the time between the discovery of the flaw and the release of a fix.

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05 Aug: Data Security

What is Data Security? Introduction Data security is the process of protecting digital information against corruption, theft, or unauthorized access….

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