Are we chasing the wrong zero days?

Zero days became part of mainstream security after the world found out that Stuxnet malware was used to inflict physical damage on an Iranian nuclear facility. After the revelation, organization focused efforts on closing unknown pathways into networks and to detecting unidentified cyber weapons and malware. A number of cybersecurity startups have even ridden the “zero day” wave into unicornville.

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