podcast March 9, 2021

Podcast 319: Building a bug bounty program for the Pentagon

A crack team of nerds trying to break through their employer's defenses.
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On today’s episode we chat with Lance Cleghorn, who describes himself as “working to integrate crowd sourced security into the DoD [Department of Defense] through innovative bug bounty projects. AKA Hacking the Pentagon.” Nothing we’ve ever written on LinkedIn has sounded that cool.

Episode Notes

Cleghorn works for Defense Digital Services. On Twitter, the group describes itself as  “a SWAT team of nerds on tours of duty.”  

You can read more about the group’s goals on their website

You can see some of his work over on Hacker One.

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