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Influencers: US plan to limit export of software vulnerabilities a bad idea
Christian Science Monitor

Influencers: US plan to limit export of software vulnerabiliti...

Three-quarters of Passcode's Influencers worry that changes to the Wassenaar Arrangement could hinder legitimate analysis of computer security weaknesses. A strong majority of Passcode's Influencers oppose a new proposal by the US Commerce ... Christian Science Monitor, 2 weeks ago

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Cyber Parse, 4 weeks ago

Commerce Department FAQ on Proposed Wassenaar Implementation Gives Answers, Raises More Questions

Confusion over the Department of Commerce's proposed implementation of the latest changes to the Wassenaar Arrangement's export controls continues. For those of you who are new to the debate over Wassenaar and would like to know just what it is and ...
 Electronic Frontier Foundation2 weeks ago Feedback Friday: Industry Reactions to Wassenaar Arrangement  Security Week1 month ago What Is the U.S. Doing About Wassenaar, and Why Do We Need to Fight It?  Electronic Frontier Foundation1 month ago Experts Concerned About Effects of Proposed Wassenaar Cybersecurity Rules  Security Week1 month ago

BIS Proposes Broad New Licensing Requirements for Exports Involv... Cybersecurity Technology arrow

In December 2013, members of the Wassenaar Arrangement, a group of 41 countries, which includes the United States, agreed to broaden its list of dual-use controls to include certain cybersecurity items. The new items added to the list include ...
 Noodls1 month ago US Department of Commerce proposes licensing requirements for export and transfer of cybersecurity items  Lexology2 weeks ago

Cyber-security, a town called Wassenaar and the software ostriches

SUMMARY: A trans-national arrangement that started life as a non-proliferation agreement on nuclear weapon precursors and now covers cyber-weapons, coupled with software vendors playing ostrich, may proliferate software vulnerabilities to everyone's ...
 Diginomica3 weeks ago

Security Researchers Sound Off on Proposed US Wassenaar Rules

by Follow @mike_mimoso May 27, 2015 , 11:48 am With the two-month comment period for the proposed U.S. Wassenaar Arrangement rules barely under way, a cast of influential security researchers has wasted no time preparing and submitting their ...
 Threatpost1 month ago Bug Bounties in Crosshairs of Proposed US Wassenaar Rules  Threatpost3 weeks ago Head-Scratching Begins on Proposed Wassenaar Export Control Rules  Threatpost1 month ago Security Researchers Wary of Proposed Wassenaar Rules  Threatpost1 month ago

FEDERAL REGISTER: Wassenaar Arrangement 2014 Plenary Agreements Implementation and Country Policy Amendments

 Military Aerospace Electronics1 month ago Wassenaar Arrangement 2014 Plenary Agreements Implementation and Country Policy Amendments  Military Aerospace Electronics1 month ago
Business Insider Australia

The people who keep us safe from hackers fear new regulations could put them in jail

A firestorm has erupted in the computer security community represented by the twitter hashtag #wassenaar. That hashtag refers to the international arms treaty known as the Wassenaar Arrangement, named for the European town where it was first signed ...
 Fnews.com1 month ago

Arms control treaty could land security researchers like me in jail

So #wassenaar has infected your Twitter timeline for the past several days. I thought Id explain what the big deal is. What's a Wassenaar? Wassenaar is a town in Europe, where in 1996 a total of 41 nations agreed to an arms control treaty. The ...
 Cyber Parse1 month ago

Hacked Opinions: Vulnerability disclosure Garve Hays

Thinkstock NetIQ's Garve Hays talks about disclosure, bounty programs, and vulnerability marketing with CSO, in the first of a series of topical discussions with industry leaders and experts. Hacked Opinions is an ongoing series of Q&As with ...
 CSO Magazine20 hours ago

Security News This Week: Google Says Goodbye to Revenge Porn, Hello to Eavesdropping

Of all the security news this week, Facebook's ability to identify individuals who aren't even showing their face is perhaps the most disturbing. If you thought turning away from the camera in a photograph meant that you could escape from Facebook's ...
 Wired News2 days ago
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