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IBM interns find 19 vulnerabilities in corporate check-in systems
Two university students who work for IBM’s red-teaming unit have found 19 previously undisclosed flaws in the automated systems that companies use to check visitors into their facilities.
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.
Here’s how DHS prepared to keep hackers out of the Super Bowl
The 2019 Super Bowl is likely the biggest cybersecurity operation for CISA since it got rebranded in November.
GAO report shows how easy it is to hack DOD weapon systems
In cybersecurity probes of Pentagon weapon systems in recent years, pen-testers were able to wrest control of systems with relative ease, according to GAO.
Randori enters automated red-teaming scene with $9.75 million seed investment
The Boston-based company stresses that its platform carries out real attacks, not simulated ones, on its customers networks to assess risks and vulnerabilities.
Rep. Speier: Congress needs a hack demo to understand election vulnerabilities
“I think that if we can fashion some kind of an interactive experience for members to watch… then we’ve got their attention,” Rep. Jackie Speier told CyberScoop.