Zero-Day Exploit
Zero-day exploit refers to a cyber attack that occurs on the same day a vulnerability is discovered in software, before a patch is issued.

A zero-day exploit refers to a cyber attack that occurs on the same day a vulnerability is discovered in software, before a patch is issued. For the DoD, understanding and preparing for zero-day exploits is critical for cybersecurity. These exploits represent unforeseen vulnerabilities, posing significant risks to national security. The DoD focuses on developing strategies to quickly detect and mitigate these threats, ensuring the security and readiness of its IT systems.

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