This week on the Application Security News, Mike Shema, Matt Alderman and John Kinsella cover the following news stories: Policy and Disclosure: 2020 Edition, A look back & forward for bug bounties over the past decade, 4 Ring Employees Fired For Spying on Customers, Exploit Fully Breaks SHA-1, Lowers the Attack Bar, The Open Source Licence Debate: Comprehension Consternations & Stipulation Frustrations, Synopsys Buys Tinfoil, and Rotate Your Amazon RDS, Aurora, and Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) Certificates.
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4 Ring Employees Fired For Spying on Customers reminds us that insider threats must be part of our product security threat models. It's also a callback to the "end-to-end security -- lifecycle protection" principle of privacy by design; enforce access controls and monitor and audit access to collected data.
[caption id="attachment_210" align="alignleft" width="120"] John Kinsella - Vice President of Container Security[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_210" align="alignleft" width="120"] Matt Alderman - CEO[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_210" align="alignleft" width="120"] Mike Shema - Product Security Lead[/caption]
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A document released by the agency this week provides insight into how national security organizations responsible for keeping sensitive classified or unclassified data safe from hackers and foreign intelligence services should approach replacing their classical encryption protocols with new quantum-resistant ones.