Cyber Command’s bug bounty program uncovers more than 30 vulnerabilities
The bug bounty program, sponsored by U.S. Cyber Command, zeroed in on finding vulnerabilities external to the Department of Defense Information Network.
California's new labor law is going to impact bug bounty companies. By how much is unknown.
Uber and Lyft aren't the only companies wrestling with California's new labor law.
Why bug bounty firms want to be penetration testing companies
The bug bounty workforce isn't a large one -- so bug bounty companies are pivoting to a different model.
HackerOne thinks its freelance hackers can conduct penetration tests better than actual pentesting companies
The penetration testing market now sits at roughly $1 billion, according to CEO Marten Mickos, nearly ten times more than bug bounties.
DOD unveils 'Hack the Marine Corps' bounty program
A new bug bounty program intended to find vulnerabilities in the Marine Corps’ public-facing websites will be the DOD's sixth such program.
Automotive companies are warming up to vulnerability disclosure programs
The automotive industry is looking to step up its collaboration with cybersecurity researchers to identify software and hardware bugs after a watershed 2015 hacking demo.