Pentagon Finds Hundreds of Cyber Vulnerabilities Among Contractors

C4ISRNET Pentagon Finds Hundreds Of Cyber Vulnerabilities Among Contractors

A U.S. Defense Department pilot program designed to root out digital vulnerabilities among contractors identified hundreds of flaws over the course of one year, organizers said.

Cybersecurity researchers with bug bounty team HackerOne discovered some 400 issues across dozens of companies during the Defense Industrial Base-Vulnerability Disclosure Program, coordinated by the department’s Cyber Crime Center and the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency.

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