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Podcast: Sourcefire’s Yves Younan on Tracking 25 Years of Vulnerability Data

Security Conversations - A Podcast with Ryan Naraine

Security Conversations - A Podcast with Ryan Naraine

Ryan Naraine chats with Yves Younan, a Senior Research Engineer in Sourcefire’s Vulnerability Research Team about his work tracking 25 years of vulnerability data. The data is based on the evaluation of approximately 54,000 vulnerabilities listing in NIST’s National Vulnerability Database and the conversation ranges from security vs safety, severity and mitigations in modern platforms and ways in which the data should be interpreted.

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Ryan Naraine is Editor-at-Large at SecurityWeek and host of the popular Security Conversations podcast series. He is a security community engagement expert who has built programs at major global brands, including Intel Corp., Bishop Fox and GReAT. Ryan is a founding-director of the Security Tinkerers non-profit, an advisor to early-stage entrepreneurs, and a regular speaker at security conferences around the world.

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