Towards a more secure internet
Looks like Google is all over the new announcements. Project Zero, also announced yesterday, is a project where Google hires security experts to secure things (as well as expanding the bug bounty program for, uh, freelancers). Any software used by a lot of people on the internet is fair game for them to work on. (here's hoping we get some more OpenSSL bug fixes!).
The interesting part, is that it sounds like the bug database and investigation will be open to the public (but only after a patch is issued). This allows average internet citizens to see which vendors are timely about security fixes, and which are not.