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The 2011 Mid-Year Top Cyber Security Risks Report released

We are very pleased to announce the release of the 2011 Mid-Year Top Cyber Security Risks Report. This was a joint effort between HP DVLabs, Fortify on Demand, and the ASC Web Security Research Group. In addition, data from the Open Source Vulnerability Database (OVSB) was utilized to create a full picture of the current web application vulnerability landscape.


The primary objective of this edition of the Top Cyber Security Risks Report  was to clearly articulate the risks and weaknesses inherent in web applications. It also highlights the rising number of attacks that leverage the vulnerabilities discussed throughout the paper. If you're a security professional, it's a must read.


To view the report, click here.



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