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        Cybersecurity researchers Brian Gorenc and Dustin Childs talk about the biggest vulnerability disclosure challenges in IoT and the industrial vertical.

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        A recently uncovered, active campaign called “Duri” makes use of HTML smuggling to deliver malware.

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