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This program supports the National Cyber Awareness Month (NCAM) theme of Cybersecurity Education, Skills and Awareness. This report provides a snapshot of the vulnerability landscape and the efforts from leading enterprises to address security vulnerabilities, a snapshot of the current state of vulnerability disclosure, and an assessment of the steps leading to improved vulnerability disclosure. The number of publicly disclosed security vulnerabilities has risen exponentially since 2014. The number of known publicly disclosed vulnerabilities in the United States increased from just a few thousand to more than 20,000 in 2016, an increase of nearly 700% over just one year. A third of the publicly disclosed vulnerabilities from this quarter were disclosed to private companies for the first time, and two-thirds of the newly disclosed vulnerabilities were exploited in the first quarter of 2016. Introduction This report is the second in a series assessing vulnerability disclosures. The first report, The State of Vulnerability Disclosure, 2015 (January 2015), provides a background and context for the state of vulnerability disclosure. It also includes a more extensive look at the issues facing the vulnerability disclosure process. Survey Methodology We conducted a monthly web survey of four leading vulnerability research teams throughout the fourth quarter of 2016. Responses were submitted via the WebEx platform. Participants were from a variety of vulnerability research teams with expertise in application security, penetration testing, enterprise security, web and mobile application security, and other related areas. The purpose of the survey was to provide a snapshot of the state of vulnerability disclosure and the steps leading to improved vulnerability disclosure, for the four most active vulnerability research teams. The survey also asked respondents to identify the primary tools and methods used by the research teams to detect and disclose vulnerabilities. The CVE® Program evaluates the work performed by CVE™ Partners that provide Vulnerability Data Coordination Center (VDC)®, a global, web-based, not-for-profit resource that provides public vulnerability information. CVE™ Partners can use the Vulnerability Information Available (VIA) public database to search for vulnerabilities. Vendors, researchers, end users, and others can view the VIA database and view the details of vulnerabilities disclosed by each VDC. VDCs are committed to using the information in the VIA database to improve vulnerability reporting and vulnerability research. The VIA database is updated




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