The vast majority of cyberattacks happen to small and midsize businesses - 60% of them fold within 6 months of an attack, according to Inc. Magazine. With cyberattacks on the rise, network security is the number one issue on IT Exec's minds. We started a 3-part blog series, discussing the main types of network vulnerabilities: Hardware, Software, and Humans. In part 1, we covered the first type of network vulnerability, hardware, with the different categories and how they can be subject to vulnerabilities. Now we will be moving to part 2: vulnerabilities of network software. As before, we will address what makes software vulnerable, how it can be breached, how to prevent it, and what to do if a breach occurs.