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Vulnerability reporting is returning to normal

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Aug
2020
Vulnerability reporting is returning to normal

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Vulnerability reporting, still impacted by COVID-19, is beginning to return to normal, Risk Based Security reveals.

Out of 11,121 vulnerabilities aggregated during the first half of 2020, 818 were the result of the Vulnerability Fujiwhara Effect, a term that describes the events when Microsoft and Oracle vulnerability disclosure schedules collide.

“Risk Based Security sounded the alarm back in January. We knew that these events would undoubtedly become a significant strain for IT staff and Vulnerability Managers,” commented Brian Martin, Vice President of Vulnerability Intelligence at Risk Based Security.

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