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Protect Your Organization Against Targeted Zero-Day Attacks

VUPEN works closely with governments and major corporations to reduce their exposure to 0-day attacks and to address the security risks emanating from cyberspace. Frost & Sullivan has recognized VUPEN as the leading provider of exclusive vulnerability research.

The number of targeted and sophisticated cyber attacks taking advantage of 0-day vulnerabilities affecting widely deployed software (e.g. Internet Explorer, Adobe Flash, or Acrobat/Reader) is significantly increasing. Recent cyber-espionage campaigns involving zero-day exploits have demonstrated the need for governments and major corporations to leverage the most advanced security intelligence to protect their critical infrastructures, networks and assets against zero-day attacks.

Major software vendors such as Microsoft and Adobe usually take 6 to 9 months to release a security patch for a critical vulnerability affecting their products, and this long delay between the discovery of a vulnerability and the release of a patch creates a
window of exposure during which criminals can rediscover a previously reported but unpatched vulnerability, and target any organization running the vulnerable software.

To respond to this challenge, VUPEN shares its exclusive vulnerability research intelligence with governments and major corporations under NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement).

VUPEN Threat Protection Program (TPP) aims to deliver exclusive and highly technical research reports and attack detection guidance for undisclosed zero-day vulnerabilities discovered in-house by VUPEN researchers, providing timely, actionable information and guidance to help mitigate risks from unknown and critical vulnerabilities or exploits. This is a proactive approach to aid governments and corporations in making decisions in response to potential threats on a real-time basis and in advance of public disclosure, applying appropriate protective actions and maintaining a secure environment while the affected vendor is working on a patch.

Program available for Major Corporations and Governments only

Because of the sensitive nature of the research provided through this service, VUPEN has defined strict eligibility criteria for participants. VUPEN Security solely reserves the right to determine whether a corporation, government or intelligence agency meets the criteria. Feel free to contact us for more information.

Why subscribe to VUPEN Threat Protection Program (TPP)?

The long delay between the discovery of a vulnerability and the release of a patch creates a window of exposure during which criminals can rediscover a previously reported but unpatched vulnerability, and target any organization running the vulnerable software. VUPEN Threat Protection Program (TPP) helps corporations and governments to proactively mitigate risks and reduce the window of exposure to zero-day attacks.

Frost & Sullivan has recognized VUPEN as the leading provider of exclusive vulnerability research.

VUPEN Vulnerability Research Team (VRT) is the most active security team in the world. Additionally to analyzing and reversing freshly patched or publicly disclosed flaws, VUPEN security researchers are also involved in finding new and unpatched security vulnerabilities in prominent and widely deployed software (e.g. Microsoft, Adobe, Oracle, Google, Mozilla, IBM, HP, etc).

            

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