An Analysis of Security Patch Lifecycle Using Google Trend Tool

@article{Kuo2012AnAO,
  title={An Analysis of Security Patch Lifecycle Using Google Trend Tool},
  author={Chien-Ting Kuo and He-Ming Ruan and Shih-Jen Chen and Chin-Laung Lei},
  journal={2012 Seventh Asia Joint Conference on Information Security},
  year={2012},
  pages={31-34}
}
Information security audit has become more and more important nowadays. Among the audited items, the status of security patch could be the most important part. In this paper, we proposed a security patch lifecycle to assess the information security risk with the help of vulnerability databases. A case study using the Google Trend is also given to demonstrate that the proposed security patch lifecycle is both useful and practical. 

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