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Intel CEO issues 'security-first pledge' following Meltdown, Spectre exploits

posted onJanuary 11, 2018
by l33tdawg

In an open letter released on Thursday, Intel chief Brian Krzanich outlined the company's response to the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities while reassuring customers that his company views security as "an ongoing priority."

Seeking to make peace with members of the global technology industry in the wake of one of the most serious security lapses in recent memory, Krzanich wrote that the chip giant has adopted a three-pronged approach to security that includes renewed commitments to transparency and communication.

"Our customers' security is an ongoing priority, not a one-time event," he added. "To accelerate the security of the entire industry, we commit to publicly identify significant security vulnerabilities following rules of responsible disclosure and, further, we commit to working with the industry to share hardware innovations that will accelerate industry-level progress in dealing with side-channel attacks."



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