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Why Cybersecurity Matters

To make matters worse, security researchers have not been able to reproduce these attacks, according to researchers. And there's little that can be done to fix them. "We're still trying to understand how this attack happened"

"It's not something that we can detect in the wild."

The most serious consequences will take the form of financial damages. One in three cybersecurity experts says that companies should replace key software systems in the event of a breach, but the risk is likely to be overstated. The average financial institution needs to replace about half its software components every six years.

For now, researchers say they'll keep working until they can demonstrate that there's actually a way to reliably test key applications in a system and that these tests don't leak the sensitive data.

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