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FireEye shows that even security products can have security holes

Kenneth van Wyk | Oct. 20, 2015
But we never should have assumed otherwise. Any product can have security holes, and security vendors aren’t exempt.

Security appliances offer plenty of value. Since the FireEye incident, some in the security community have suggested we should ban them from our networks. That’s just silly. We should continue to use them, but proceed with caution. And don’t ever assume that a security product is more secure than any other type of product.


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