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Recent News Coverage

Industry launches hacking policy council, legal defense fund to support security research and disclosures

SC Media

Derek B. Johnson

April 13, 2023

Tech Companies Unveil New Hacking Policy Council, Legal Defense Fund for Researchers


Dennis Fisher

April 13, 2023

OpenAI launches bug bounty program with Bugcrowd


Alexander Culafi

April 12, 2023

Think ransomware gangs won't thrive this year? Think again, experts say

The Washington Post

Tim Starks

March 30, 2023 


Katie Moussouris on where bug bounties went wrong

Security Conversations

Ryan Naraine

December 8, 2022

How to build a public profile as a cybersecurity pro


Samira Sarraf

November 29, 2022

For cyber experts, disinformation overshadows cyberthreats in midterms

The Washington Post: Cybersecurity 202

Tim Starks

October 31, 2022

This Hacker Is Trying to Close the Gender Pay Gap in Cybersecurity


Chloe Xiang

September 14, 2022


Bug Bounty Botox – Why You Need a Security Process First

InfoSecurity Magazine

Sean Michael Kerner 

August 12, 2022

For Bug Bounties, 'Knowing is less than half the battle’


Dennis Fisher

August 11, 2022

As Black Hat kicks off, the US government is getting the message on hiring security talent

The Register

Iain Thomson

August 10, 2022

Why Bug-Bounty Programs Are Failing Everyone

Dark Reading

Ericka Chickowski

July 29, 2022

Experts: California lacked safeguards for gun owner info

Associated Press

Don Thompson

July 1, 2022

Security experts break down exactly why you shouldn't share your passwords: 'It's really dangerous'

Yahoo! News

May 10, 2022

Musk's plans to make Twitter's algorithms public raises disinformation conundrum


Tonya Riley

April 26, 2022

Attacking rival, Google says Microsoft’s hold on government security is a problem

NBC News

Kevin Collier

March 31, 2022

Russia may be primed to hack America’s infrastructure

Yahoo! Finance
Daniel Howley
February 24, 2022

Most cyber pros give thumbs down to the EARN IT Act

The Washington Post: Cybersecurity 202

Joseph Marks

February 23, 2022


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Tracking cyber’s role in the Russia-Ukraine conflict


Sam Sabin


Senators aren't swayed by Apple's security arguments

The Washington Post: Cybersecurity 202

Joseph Marks

February 4, 2022


New DHS Cyber Safety Review Board will investigate major incidents 


Geneva Sands and Sean Lyngaas

February 3, 2022

Homeland Security establishes the Cyber Safety Review Board to learn the mistakes from past cyber incidents


Carly Page

February 3, 2022


Is Russia or China the biggest cyber threat? Experts are split

The Washington Post: Cybersecurity 202

Joseph Marks

January 20, 2022

Google says open source software should be more secure

The Register

Thomas Claburn

January 14, 2022

The FTC Wants Companies to Find Log4j Fast. It Won't Be So Easy


Chris Stokel-Walker

January 10, 2022


Agencies get Christmas Eve deadline to address ‘extremely concerning’ vulnerability

Federal News Network

Justin Doubleday
December 15, 2021

US government to offer up to $5,000 'bounty' to hackers to identify cyber vulnerabilities


Geneva Sands
December 14, 2021

New CISA Binding Operational Directive 22-01


Jenna McLaughlin

November 4, 2021




Reporter who notified Missouri officials of website flaw did 'nothing out of line,' emails show


Benjamin Freed

October 27, 2021


The U.S. cyber workforce gap is getting bigger

The Washington Post / Cybersecurity 202

Joseph Marks

October 26, 2021

Announcing the 2021 CyberScoop 50 awards winners



October 18, 2021


Missouri governor accuses newspaper of 'hacking' state website


Benjamin Freed

October 14, 2021

Zero-day hunters seek laws to prevent vendors suing them for helping out and doing their jobs

The Register

Simon Sharwood

October 11, 2021

Apple admits iOS 15 has unpatched iPhone security flaws


Yoni Heisler
September 28, 2021

Apple ‘Still Investigating’ Unpatched and Public iPhone Vulnerabilities


Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai

September 27, 2021

An American Company Fears Its Windows Hacks Helped India Spy On China And Pakistan


Thomas Brewster

September 17, 2021

It's not just you: Emergency software patches are on the rise

NBC News

Kevin Collier

September 14, 2021

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