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When do you tell the public about a vulnerability? How do security and transparency find a balance?

In this Cyber Security Inside What That Means video, Camille chats with Jerry Bryant, Senior Director Security Communications and Incident Response, and Crob (Christopher Robinson), Director of Security Communication. These hosts of the podcast Chips and Salsa talk about vulnerability disclosure and product security reports.

You’ll learn: 

  • What incident response looks like when a vulnerability is discovered.
  • What considerations go into when to tell the public and how much to tell the public about a vulnerability.
  • What a product security report is and how it is benefiting the global community.
  • A recommendation and description of the Chips and Salsa podcast!
  • And more!

Check it out. For more information, previous podcasts, and full versions, visit our homepage at https://cybersecurityinside.com.

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