On this week's show, Grant joins us to discuss an episode that draws inspiration from a LinkedIn discussion with Patrick Garrity [original post] (whom could not make our recording, sorry Patrick). The gist of it is this - patching is hard, there are now 925 KEVs (known exploited vulnerabilities) on CISAs list, and that's a truck-ton. The discussion threads the needle between whether prioritization matters at that scale, alternatives, and some reasons to give up hope altogether.
Buckle up, this one's a rough one to be a passenger on.
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