Vulnerability is a very broad term. Yet, somehow, in infosec, we’ve come to narrowly associate a vulnerability with unpatched software and misconfigurations.
If you consider the broader, dictionary definition of a vulnerability, it is anything that exposes you and puts you at risk. The enterprise attack surface is exploding with assets including thousands of devices, apps and users, susceptible to hundreds of attack vectors, ranging from simple things like weak passwords, to more complex things like phishing, unpatched software, encryption and configuration issues.
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