DHS needs to share more on vulnerabilities, security experts say

05/20/2013 | CSO

The Department of Homeland Security's plan to share information on zero-day vulnerabilities with the private sector doesn't go far enough, according to some security experts. "From an offensive point of view, it is certainly valuable to maintain a certain number of exploits in private, but for defense the best option is to share the vulnerability information with the software vendor as quickly as possible," said Wolfgang Kandek of Qualys.

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