NopSec Analyzes the NVD for Their Annual Risk and Vulnerability Report
By Zane Pokorny on January 21, 2019
Each year, security firm NopSec publishes their annual State of Vulnerability Risk Management Report, analyzing all of the vulnerabilities listed in the National Vulnerability Database (NVD), along with those uploaded to their own platform by their clients. They consider a number of factors, including CVSS score, description, type, and vendor affected, to see which factors contribute to vulnerabilities being incorporated into malware and exploited in the wild.
For this year’s report, NopSec invited Recorded Future to contribute their unique insights into how geopolitics affect government-run vulnerability databases.
Joining us today are Sanja Nedic, data scientist at NopSec, and Adrian Sanabria, VP of strategy and product marketing at NopSec.
This podcast was produced in partnership with the CyberWire.