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Podcast: What is a zero-day exploit?

 In this podcast from WhatIs.com, assistant editor Alex Howard Howard interviews unified threat management expert Steve Fallin. One of the original architects of WatchGuard Technologies' popular LiveSecurity Service, Steve has spent the last seven years researching, writing, and speaking about network security for the small- to medium-size enterprise.

Download this podcast to learn the following:

  • What zero-day exploits are
  • What your organization can do to prevent them
  • What you can do to minimize the damage from a successful exploit
  • Which sources of information you need to track to stay current with fast-changing patch requirement and vulnerabilities.

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This was last updated in April 2008
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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