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FCA U.S. launches public cybersecurity program

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FCA U.S. in Auburn Hills has launched a public bug bounty program, which gives customers the opportunity to receive between $150 and $1,500 for reporting potential cybersecurity vulnerabilities in the auto manufacturer’s vehicles and connected services.

“There are a lot of people that like to tinker with their vehicles or tinker with IT systems,” says Titus Melnyk, senior manager of security architecture at FCA. “We want to encourage independent security researchers to reach out to us and share what they've found so that we can fix potential vulnerabilities before they're an issue for our consumers.” 

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