Defense Digital Service
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.
Let’s Talk About IT Ep. 9 — What’s new at the Defense Digital Service?
DDS Director Brett Goldstein gives FedScoop an inside look at his plans to grow the impact of the digital services team in 2020.
How designing federal websites for mobile may benefit the desktop user experience as well
The smaller displays and leaner operating systems have a way of focusing attention on what's most important, digital services experts say.
U.S. Army brings back bug bounty for round two
It's the ninth bug bounty challenge held at the DOD overall.
DOD struggles to implement open source software pilots
The Department of Defense is required to release at least 20 percent of its custom software as open source through a pilot, but it's hardly gotten to 10 percent.
DDS is interested in more than just the hacks at DEF CON’s aviation ‘village’
The head of the Defense Digital Service sees opportunities to bolster the military's cybersecurity workforce at the annual hacker conference in Las Vegas.