Hack the Pentagon
Chris Lynch departing Defense Digital Service
Lynch will be succeeded by Brett Goldstein, a Navy adviser whom acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan recruited to report directly to him.
Air Force opens itself up to hacking, again
It's the "most inclusive" bug bounty program to date, meaning that foreign nationals — except those from China, Russia, Iran or North Korea — are welcome to participate.
DOD expands Hack the Pentagon program to cover hardware, systems
DOD tapped cybersecurity firms Synack, HackerOne and Bugcrowd to provide vetted hackers for continual assessments of defense websites, hardware and physical systems.
DOT grateful for extra hands that bug bounty program provided, CIO says
The department recently joined the trend of federal bug bounty programs, which boost cybersecurity resources in ways that traditional methods probably can't.
Marines launch bug bounty at Las Vegas event
The Hack the Marine Corps program launched Aug. 12 with a live hacking event in Las Vegas.
Pentagon considers continuous bug bounties that could test sensitive, private systems
"Assets could include closed networks, software-embedded devices, proprietary source code, or other private or internal systems not generally accessible via the public Internet," a new RFI says.