Experts ask: Why does the VEP cut out health care agencies?
"I totally get that you have to draw the line somewhere...they are drawing it in the wrong place."
White House unveils process behind disclosing software vulnerabilities
The White House released a charter Wednesday that will give more clarity and bring more transparency to how the government disseminates information on software flaws.
Trump administration will shine light on VEP with public charter
Beyond providing a quantitative baseline for the VEP, the public charter will name the full roster of interagency leaders who weigh in on the process.
Responsible vulnerability disclosure is becoming an international norm
More and more democracies are adopting a policy of disclosing vulnerabilities as opposed sitting on them for their own intelligence gains.
What needs to change with the government's vulnerability disclosure process
Michael Daniel, president of the Cyber Threat Alliance and former U.S. cybersecurity coordinator, talks with Greg Otto about calls for the government to change its vulnerabilities equities process.
Senators want spies to disclose more about secret zero-day policy
The Senate Intelligence Committee hopes to learn more about how American spies handle the disclosure of software vulnerabilities continuously discovered by the 16 spy agencies, which are occasionally used as a weak point to hack into computer networks.