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New Army Lab to Support Collaborative Cybersecurity Research

The U.S. Army has established a cyber defense research laboratory to offer industry and federally-funded partners access to live cybersecurity data. The Army Cyber-research Analytics Laboratory is built through a partnership between the Army Research Laboratory and the Army Cyber Command, the service branch said Thursday. Akhilomen Oniha, technical architecture team lead for …

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Army Cyber Mission Force to Utilize Virtual Effects in Fight Against Militant Groups

The U.S. Army‘s future cyber mission force teams will use virtual effects in offensive and defensive strategies as part of operations against Islamic State militants in northern Iraq and Syria. The service branch said Wednesday its cyber teams aim to protect the Defense Department‘s information network and other national interests from security breaches as well as offer …

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Hackers Found 118 Valid Vulnerabilities During Army Bug Bounty Program

The U.S. Army received 118 valid vulnerability reports from participants involved in the the service branch’s bug bounty program that ran from Nov. 30 to Dec. 21, 2016. HackerOne said Friday Hack the Army engaged 371 eligible participants including 25 government employees and 17 military personnel. Participants sent 416 vulnerability reports and the first was …

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