The number of newly discovered software vulnerabilities is constantly on the rise, and organizations are struggling to keep up with patching efforts. This is leading to a growing vulnerability backlog and slowing down development and the release of new products. New research from Rezilion shows that only a small percentage of discovered vulnerabilities are loaded into memory and therefore exploitable, reducing patching backlogs by up to 85%.
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- How you can reduce your patching backlog.
- The best approach for vulnerability prioritization.
- How vulnerability prioritization guides mitigation efforts.