Title of Chat: CVEs: How to Stop Cyber Attacks
Presented by: Sam Visner, MITRE Tech Fellow and former Director of the National Cybersecurity Federally Funded Research and Development Center
Date of Chat: 20 Jan 2022
Link to Recording: View a recording of this Chat via the NCF #CyberChats Playlist on YouTube.
Description of Chat: CVEs (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) systems help to improve cybersecurity for businesses and critical infrastructures. During this NCF #CyberChats session, students can learn more about CVEs and the evolution of cybersecurity with Sam Visner, MITRE Tech Fellow and former director of the National Cybersecurity Federally Funded Research and Development Center (NCF).
The National Cybersecurity Federally Funded Research and Development Center (MITRE's NCF), is a research center managed by the MITRE Corporation, that is dedicated to cybersecurity and to helping businesses and infrastructure protect their information.
This Chat was originally presented via Nepris.com. You can also view a recording of the presentation via Nepris if you have a Nepris account.
* What are CVEs and how do companies use them?
* What are some examples of "Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures?"
* How would a company detect that they have a vulnerability or an exposure?
* How are new CVEs found? Who finds them?
Students will learn how CVE's keep our information safe. Students will leave this presentation with in-depth knowledge about how cyber attacks work and how they can be stopped.
Big Ideas: This NCF #CyberChat covers material related to the following "Big Ideas:" #1 Ethics