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Microsoft has announced the three finalists for its first BlueHat Prize for developing defensive based security efforts. The winner will be named in July and will get $200,000.
Microsoft is offering over $250,000 for researchers who develop the best cyber security defenses as part of the company's BlueHat Prize.