[SecurityWeek] Google Pledges $1 Million to Secure Open Source Program

Google last week pledged $1 million in financial support to the Secure Open Source (SOS) rewards program run by the Linux Foundation.

The pilot program financially rewards developers who help improve the security of critical open source projects and is meant to complement existing vulnerability management programs.

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