Dark Reading: NIST’s Vuln Database Downshifts, Prompting Questions About Its Future

Since 2005, theĀ National Vulnerability Database (NVD) has been posting details about the hundreds of daily common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) discovered by security researchers from around the globe. But last month, the critical government-sponsored database went from being an essential tool to a nearly dark destination. That is when any details in the NVD have been omitted, details that make the vulnerability data useful to enterprise security managers and to the numerous vulnerability management tools that can help prevent potential damages from attackers. My story in Dark Reading tells this sad tale.

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