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releasing information about security issues to the general public or a selected group.

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My understanding is that open source systems are commonly believed to be more secure than closed source systems. Reasons for taking either approach, or combination of them, include: cultural norms, …
asked Jun 8 '11 by blunders
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organizations need to do more to foster an environment where honesty and disclosure are valued. If the fear of negative consequences is greater than the incentive for quick disclosure and response, you end … up with a situation where IT staff would rather hide evidence of a breach. Guess in part this was the core of my question about "Business-to-Business Security Disclosure and Agreement" - that …
asked Feb 3 '12 by blunders
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How can we design a market for information disclosure where individual security researchers may benefit economically in an ethical way? Assume a market where the participants are governments …
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Clearly it works best if the request to update a password happens as a response to an inbound request to access a known system, but how do you make an outbound request to users to update their passwor …
asked Aug 21 '12 by blunders