US, International Partners Release Advisory on Addressing Common Exploited Vulnerabilities
Cybersecurity agencies from the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the U.K. are urging organizations to prioritize implementing secure-by-design practices and patching common vulnerabilities and exposures to reduce the risk of compromise by malicious cyber actors.
In a joint advisory, the agencies provided details on CVEs routinely and frequently exploited by threat actors in 2022 to compromise organizations and outlined common weakness enumerations associated with the vulnerabilities, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency said Thursday.
Technology vendors, designers and developers are recommended to implement secure design practices throughout the entire software development life cycle and establish a coordinated vulnerability disclosure program.
“With our partners, we urge all organizations to review our joint advisory, for every enterprise to prioritize mitigation of these vulnerabilities, and for every technology provider to take accountability for the security outcomes of their customers by reducing the prevalence of these vulnerabilities by design,” said Eric Goldstein, executive assistant director for cybersecurity at CISA.
“As a mother, ensuring the safety and well-being of my child is of utmost importance. However, I would balance the need for safety with respecting [my child’s] privacy and autonomy, using the tracker as a tool for peace of mind rather than for constant surveillance.”
I would balance the need for safety with respecting [my child’s] privacy and autonomy, using the tracker as a tool for peace of mind rather than for constant surveillance.”
— Dr. Kaitlyn Siu
These GPS tracking tools and devices are equipped with long-lasting batteries, smartphone integration, and portable designs that make them easy to clip onto a child’s backpack or slip into their pocket.
While there are many different options on the market, we’ve rounded up the best GPS trackers and devices for kids, including our top pick, the . We spoke to experts like Siu as well as parents to determine our top picks that include devices from Apple, Garmin, and more so you can protect your child while they’re out and about this summer.