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One-Third of ICS Flaws Are Zero-Days When Disclosed: Report

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Aug
2016
One-Third of ICS Flaws Are Zero-Days When Disclosed: Report
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More than 1,500 vulnerabilities specific to industrial control systems (ICS) have been disclosed in the past 15 years and many of them did not have vendor patches when their existence was made public, according to a new report from FireEye.

Since 2000, the security firm has documented 1,552 ICS-related flaws affecting the products of 123 vendors. However, the number of disclosed security bugs was almost insignificant until 2010, when the world learned about Stuxnet, the notorious worm that targeted Iranian nuclear facilities.

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