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2021 Cybersecurity Zero-Day Gamechangers: SolarWinds, ProxyLogon, & Kaseya Breaches”

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In 2021, a series of cyberattacks using unknown vulnerabilities, called Zero-Days or 0-Days (pronounced “oh day”), changed the risk management calculations of operating Information Technology (IT) for businesses across all industries, government agencies, and critical infrastructure organizations in the United States. These Zero-Day vulnerabilities were unknown to exist by anyone except the criminals and nation-state-sponsored threat actors that used them to gain access, steal data, and in some instances, cripple operations. 0-Day vulnerabilities are especially challenging to defend against because they are inordinately difficult to detect in production IT systems, and until the vendor responsible for fixing the security flaw identifies it and produces a patch, the vulnerable systems must be guarded against exploitation and compromise. Enter the rising trend in cybercrime - attackers going through your vendors’ unknown vulnerabilities to get to your business’ critical data, perform espionage, target opportunities to grind operations to a halt, and ransom access for payment.

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