Security vulnerability reporting: Who can you trust?

Good cyber security practices depend on trustworthy information sources about security vulnerabilities. This article offers guidance around who to trust for this information.In 1999, MITRE Corporation, a US Government-funded research and development company, realized the world needed a uniform standard for reporting and tracking software security bugs. MITRE worked with the IT industry to invent a concept called CVE, for Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures. The CVE concept caught on, and today, the industry acknowledges CVE as the universal standard for security vulnerability reporting.Softw

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