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OURSA Conference highlights surveillance woes

The ACLU's Jennifer Granick took government hacking to task at the OURSA Conference this week, calling out mass surveillance techniques and the limited scope of search warrants.

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Keeper teams with Bugcrowd after bug report flap

Following its controversial lawsuit against an Ars Technica security reporter, Keeper Security has teamed with Bugcrowd on a formal vulnerability disclosure program.

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Private analytics firm exposed scraped consumer data

News roundup: A misconfigured Amazon S3 bucket led to the exposure of 48 million records collected by a private data analytics firm. Plus, PCI SSC updated its cloud guidelines, and more.

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Hack back for good approved by RSAC panel

A panel of experts at the RSA Conference all expressed support for the idea of hacking back against threat actors, but each offered caveats in hopes of minimizing collateral damage.

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    OURSA Conference highlights surveillance woes

    The ACLU's Jennifer Granick took government hacking to task at the OURSA Conference this week, calling out mass surveillance techniques and the limited scope of search warrants.

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    Keeper teams with Bugcrowd after bug report flap

    Following its controversial lawsuit against an Ars Technica security reporter, Keeper Security has teamed with Bugcrowd on a formal vulnerability disclosure program.

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    Private analytics firm exposed scraped consumer data

    News roundup: A misconfigured Amazon S3 bucket led to the exposure of 48 million records collected by a private data analytics firm. Plus, PCI SSC updated its cloud guidelines, and more.

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