Lawmaker calls out Pentagon for lack of encrypted email
A concerned senator from Oregon wrote a letter to the Pentagon's tech acquisition arm wondering why it's failed to implement a basic encryption technology to protect employees’ emails.
DIUx ‘moving faster than we ever expected,’ one of its partners says
The Defense Innovation Unit Experimental isn't slowing down, despite some reins Congress put on it last year, one of its managing partners said to FedScoop.
Code.mil, the Pentagon’s open-source initiative, is live
Developers will be able to review and collaborate on the Defense Department's unclassified code through its new Code.mil initiative.
HackerOne raises $40 million in Series C round
The bug bounty platform HackerOne announced Wednesday a $40 million Series C financing round led by Dragoneer Investment Group, bringing total investment in the San Francisco-based company to $74 million.
Three-quarters of DIUx funding under fire in authorization bill
The conference report for the annual defense authorization bill is not looking good for the Pentagon’s startup, DIUx.
Weapon systems will remain vulnerable to hackers for ‘decades,’ Air Forces Cyber Commander says
The threat of cyberattacks aimed at some of the U.S. military’s most destructive weaponry has become a significant cause for concern amongst top officials leading the Pentagon, Air Force, Marine Corps and Navy.