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09/30/2022
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The results are in for the Pentagon's latest vulnerability disclosure initiative, but this time, it paid white-hat hackers who found bugs in its systems. The secretary of the Air Force is confident America's next-gen stealth fighters will be superior to anything China will produce. And the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency wants to amplify its partnerships as it expands its artificial intelligence operations. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Sept. 30, 2022.

DOD pays out $75K for vulnerabilities discovered by white hat hackers

The Department of Defense paid out $75,000 in bounties recently to ethical hackers who discovered nearly 350 bugs inside its networks. Mark Pomerleau has the story.


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Kendall: Air Force’s next-gen fighter will be ‘better than anything' China can produce

Pentagon leaders have been warning about the consequences if China is able to field sixth-generation fighter technology before the United States. But Thursday, Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall expressed confidence that America’s next-gen stealth fighters will be superior to archrival Beijing’s platforms and will be delivered on time. Jon Harper has more.


With new duties, NGA plans to hasten automation opportunities and create open-data repository

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) is strategically expanding its government and commercial partnerships and introducing new mechanisms to spur artificial intelligence deployments in support of its components and stakeholders, its research chief said this week. Brandi Vincent has more.


Coast Guard needs to improve its cyber workforce says watchdog

The Government Accountability Office has called on the U.S. Coast Guard to improve its cyber workforce and set out six key recommendations the service should follow in order to do so. Nihal Krishan has this story on FedScoop.


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