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EU companies commit to coordinated vulnerability disclosure

Friday 13 May 2016 | 11:02 CET | News
The EU's cyber security agency Enisa has announced that around 30 organisations have signed a Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure Manifesto at a high-level cyber security meeting in Amsterdam. The manifesto is an initiative of Rabobank and CIO Platform Nederland, with the signatories declaring their support for the principle of having a point of contact for the reporting of IT vulnerabilities. Some of the organisations have already set up the contact while others plan to do so in the near future.

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Categories: IT
Companies: ENISA / KPN / Palo Alto Networks / Surfnet / Vodafone
Countries: Europe / Netherlands
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