Army launches ‘Hack the Army 3.0’ with more targets for cybersecurity researchers
White-hat hackers will have from mid-December to the end of January to find vulnerabilities in the army.mil domain and other areas specified by the Army.
Air Force wants to reserve its cyber experts for big jobs while AI plays defense
The Air Force sees defensive cyber measures as the best place to start when it comes to using artificial intelligence.
What one bug bounty platform’s FedRAMP authorization means for the industry
HackerOne beat its competitors to federal cloud services authorization, allowing it to deliver the kind of vulnerability disclosure platform sought for agencies governmentwide.
Air Force wants cyber experts to ‘make a living’ off hacking its tech
The Air Force wants to do so many bug bounties that hackers can "make a living" off it. Eventually, hackers will be a brought into the design process.
Air Force ramps up use of white-hat hackers to test its IT networks
The Air Force is ramping up its efforts to hack its own networks, going far beyond traditional bug bounties.
Hack the Army 2.0 brings 146 new security vulnerabilities to light
More than 50 white-hat hackers from six countries participated in this second edition of the Army bug bounty program.