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U.K. Agency Ups Transparency Protocols to Combat Threats

The National Cyber Security Centre in the U.K. announced a new public disclosure process with respect to “potentially sensitive software flaws.” So reports NBC News.

The "Equities Process" governs how to handle publicizing security issues. Normally, flaws and vulnerabilities are not announced until after they are fixed. The government will only withhold a bug if there was an “overriding intelligence reason,” and will require sign off from a high-level official.

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