Vulnerability Research In Action: How Collaboration Reduces Risk

Presented by

Daniel dos Santos, Forescout; Stevie Beck, Siemens; Christina Hoefer, Forescout

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The coordinated vulnerability disclosure (CVD) process is industry best practice for researchers and impacted vendors to investigate and resolve cybersecurity vulnerabilities before sharing the fix publicly. It’s the key to reducing response time. Project Memoria followed CVD to uncover almost 100 supply chain vulnerabilities in 14 TCP/IP stacks that impacted over 400 vendors and 3 billion devices. With widespread supply chain vulnerabilities in particular, a company may feel the impact as both a product vendor and licensed user. Join this webinar for an inside look at what goes right when researchers and vendors like Forescout and Siemens collaborate wholeheartedly to mitigate challenging supply chain vulnerabilities. Key Takeaways: • How CVD reduces risk exposure in supply chain vulnerabilities • Tips for establishing a CVD program • Practical ways to apply cybersecurity research as an impacted vendor and customer Speakers: Daniel dos Santos, Forescout Stevie Beck, Siemens Christina Hoefer, Forescout
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