Watering Hole  Definition(s): Watering hole attacks involve attackers compromising one or more legitimate Web sites with malware in an attempt to target and infect visitors to those sites.  Source: NIST

Weakness  Definition(s): Defect or characteristic that may lead to undesirable behavior.  Source: NIST NIST SP 800-160v1r1 from ISO/SAE 21434:2021 (As used in this volume) Poor coding practices, as exemplified by CWEs  Source:

Patch  Definition(s): A software component that, when installed, directly modifies files or device settings related to a different software component without changing the version number or release details for the

Hotfix  Definition(s): A Windows product update (for example, a critical update, a security patch, or a hotfix) is an executable (.exe) file that contains one or more system files that

Hot Site  Definition(s): A fully operational offsite data processing facility equipped with hardware and software, to be used in the event of an information system disruption.  Source: NIST CNSSI 4009-2015 from NIST

Warm Site  Definition(s): An environmentally conditioned work space that is partially equipped with information systems and telecommunications equipment to support relocated operations in the event of a significant disruption.  Source:

Cold Site  Definition(s): A backup facility that has the necessary electrical and physical components of a computer facility, but does not have the computer equipment in place. The site is