The DoD Is Now Taking Applications for Its First Ever Bug Bounty Program
Hack the Pentagon will run from April 18 to May 12.
Chaos Communication Congress: A Very German Hacking Conference
From WWII, through the leftwing rebellions of the 80s, to the squats of Berlin, the CCC is a hacking conference built on politics. And volunteers.
Why the UK Is Simulating a Cyber Terrorist Attack in London
The fake attack hopes to attract real talent to address Britain's cybersecurity skills shortage.
Between Black and White Hat: Hackers 'w0rm' Offer Legit Security Work Too
The hackers claim to be doing penetration testing for companies on top of their usual exploits.
White Hat Hackers Would Have Their Devices Destroyed Under the TPP
It could leave the internet of things fundamentally insecure.
Saudi Arabia's Morality Police and 'Ethical Hackers' Are Targeting Online Pornography
The Saudi government has resorted to employing so-called "White Hat" hackers to try to wipe their internet landscape of porn, social media sites, and anything else they deem inappropriate.
Inside the Secret World of Corporate Espionage
The modern world has allowed us to become constantly transmitting information beacons. But not all of us use that power for good.
How Hackers Simplified San Francisco's Legal Code
"The law is the most important data set"