Cisco recently released their annual security report. and there is definite need for improvement. Java compromises make up 91% of web exploits, an alarming find since 97% of enterprise desktops and 89% of desktop computers run Java.
Is there any way for enterprises to untangle themselves from Java vulnerabilities?
Listen to episode 118 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Lamar Bailey, Tyler Reguly and Tim Erlin discuss why Java upgrades are useless for security, Web Ex’s impact on Java’s popularity, and why businesses should plan a “Java Free July.”
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- Security Slice: The Target Data Breach
The Executive’s Guide to the Top 20 Critical Security Controls
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