Risks Of Unpatched Open Source | Linux & Open Source Security E1

By technophobe01

In April 2020, the Ponemon Institute conducted a global survey of IT and IT security professionals. The IBM funded report found that more than 53% of organizations had a data breach in the past two years, and about 34% of those were of criminal nature. What was even more worrisome was the fact that in most cases, patches were available, but they were not applied. In the very first episode of Linux & Open Source Security, we sat down with Pete Jarvis, Vice President of Business at Polyverse to understand the reasons behind these delays and what risks it poses.

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