How Security Researchers Strengthen the DOD's Security

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Corben Leo, a security researcher from the Hack U.S. program, will talk with HackerOne’s CTO Alex Rice

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On July 4th, 2022, Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office (CDAO), Directorate for Digital Services (DDS), DoD Cyber Crime Center (DC3), and HackerOne publicly launched the Hack U.S. bug bounty challenge, allowing ethical hackers from around the globe to earn monetary rewards for reporting of critical and high vulnerabilities from within the DoD Vulnerability Disclosure Program (VDP) published scope. Watch this webinar to hear Corben Leo, a security researcher from the Hack U.S. program, discuss: -How the Hack U.S. Bug Bounty Challenge was performed -Results of the Hack U.S. Bug Bounty Challenge -Key differences between VDP's and bug bounty programs -How both VDP's and bug bounty programs can benefit your agency

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