DarkReading | Swiss technology non-profit group joins others, such as the Obama-era President's Commission, in recommending that certain classes of technology products be tested.
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WSJ | So-called zero day vulnerabilities – software bugs that have not been previously discovered – can fetch anywhere from $40,000 up to $1 million
Economist | Measuring the severity of the problem is difficult because of the lucrative black market in zero-day exploits
eweek | A new study proposes that software firms buy the most critical code flaws as a cost-effective way to reduce rising economic losses from cyber-crime
KrebsOnSecurity | Security experts have long opined that one way to make software more secure is to hold software makers liable for vulnerabilities in their products.