Cyber Security

What to Do About Zero-Day Hacks? Try A Middle Road

“Instead of overreaching to regulate the entire zero-day market, the U.S. government should create incentives for individuals, companies, and governments to find software vulnerabilities, publicize, and patch them, and thus reduce the risk of attack. The U.S. government should expand exemptions for security research under criminal and copyright law, promote secure software engineering early in a product’s development, and expand bug bounty programs throughout the federal system.”

Source: What to Do About Zero-Day Hacks? Try A Middle Road – Defense One

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