A new U.S. Marine Corps auxiliary group is continuing efforts to implement automation to streamline the service branch’s cybersecurity operations, Fifth Domain reported Tuesday.Read More »
The U.S. Marine Corps received a new task to lead a global mission to deter operations of terrorist groups in the cyberspace, Fifth Domain reported Thursday. Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command leads the Joint Task Force-Ares mission, which launches cyber counter-offensive operations against the Islamic State group.Read More »
Participants of a Defense Department-organized bug bounty challenge have discovered almost 150 vulnerabilities in the public-facing websites and services of the U.S. Marine Corps.
HackerOne said Wednesday more than 100 ethical hackers reported the vulnerabilities to the Marine Corps Cyberspace Command during the recent 20-day Hack the Marine Corps program and received over $150,000 for their efforts.
Marine Corps Seeks to Facilitate Emergency Cyber Platform Deployment Through New Acquisition Process
The U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command has developed and adopted a new process designed to expedite the acquisition and deployment of cyber capabilities in response to emergency requirements of the service branch’s cyber forces. The cyber advisory team at MCSC collaborated with Andrew Dwyer, CAT liaison officer to the Marine Corps …Read More »