Zero day attacks

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Zero Day attacks sound like an invention of science fiction, but the threat of damage from a previously unidentified – and therefore unprotected-against – risk to IT systems is becoming increasingly concerning for organizations.

As businesses take ever greater steps to secure their corporate networks and protect themselves from hackers and viruses, the writers of such malicious programmes have become more keenly focused on exploiting previously unidentified vulnerabilities that will allow them to bypass the security ...

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