More than 600 new Internet security vulnerabilities were discovered during the first quarter of 2005, according to the SANS Institute and a team of experts from industry and government. The new report provides a quarterly update to the SANS Top 20 Internet Security Vulnerabilities list published annually in October. The most important vulnerabilities from Q1 2005 can be seen at the following link.
The past week, during Infosecurity Europe 2005, we met up with Gerhard Eschelbeck, CTO of Qualys, and got his comment on the latest news on the SANS Top 20 list. In the team behind this Quarterly Vulnerability Update, Mr. Eschelbeck is representing the vulnerability management expert community.
The audio session is 2:30 minutes long and is streamed in Flash format. If you can't see the controls below, download Flash here.
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