1. cageymaru

    The Pentagon Wants to Replace Passwords with the Way You Move or Walk

    Steven Wallace is a system innovation scientist at the Pentagon's Defense Information Systems Agency, or DISA. In an interview with The Washington Post, he discussed smartphone technology that the Pentagon is testing that will authenticate smartphone owners by using "the gait of your walk, the...
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    Pentagon Cracks Down on Cell Phones

    In a report from the Associated Press, the Defense Department has approved new restrictions on electronic devices within the Pentagon. The memo, signed by Deputy Secretary Patrick Shanahan, primarily clarifies current procedures, procedures that state that phones be left in storage containers...
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    Google Employees Protest Work For the Pentagon

    The New York Times is reporting that thousands of Google employees, have signed a letter protesting Googles involvement with a Pentagon program that uses artificial intelligence to interpret videos and could improve the targeting of drone strikes. The letter has been signed by more than 3,100...
  4. DooKey

    The Pentagon Opened Up to Hackers - And Fixed Thousands of Bugs

    Over the last couple of years the Pentagon has been offering bounties to people that submit vulnerabilities and one hacker made a total of $15K by reporting multiple bugs. This worked out great for the DoD, but people kept submitting bugs after the various bug bounties were over. What they've...