Government Services is essentially also an IT project. Moreover, it stores quite large and, more importantly, sensitive information – the personal data of millions of Russians.

And it’s strange that until now the service has not had a similar program to encourage outside experts to look for vulnerabilities.

But finally, Maksut Shadayev, head of the Ministry of Digital Development, announced the launch of such an initiative. As part of this, it is scheduled to “announce and execute a bug bounty for utilities by the end of 2022”.

Note that at this time there is no exact information on exactly when the program will start operating and what payments will be made in the event of a “gap” in utilities.

Source: Ferra

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