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We’re excited to announce our integration with ServiceNow Incident Management. This integration allows customers to escalate vulnerability reports with ServiceNow incidents and synchronize any updates in the vulnerability workflow that happen in ServiceNow or HackerOne.
On World Password Day, I’m not going to talk about passwords. At the end of last year, HackerOne ran an exclusive campaign with a select group of hackers in which we challenged them to look for information exposures for 11 customers. The data found by the hackers included everything from passwords and authentication tokens to sensitive documents. No matter how secure your passwords are, your data is out there in different clouds and across various third-party vendors — it's only a matter of time before a leak puts your brand at risk.
During HackerOne's recent series of webinars, we caught up with Matt Southworth, CISO of Priceline, and Matt Adams, Global Security Architect at Costa Coffee, to learn their 5 secrets to building a highly effective vulnerability management program.
One year after launching their private bug bounty program on HackerOne, we sat down with financial services provider Saxo Bank’s CISO, Mads Syska Hasling, to get his insights and learnings from 12 months with a bug bounty program. Read on to see how Saxo Bank thinks about digital security as a non-negotiable for their customers and partners, how bug bounty fits into the broader security program, and advice to other CISOs and stakeholders on leveraging hacker-powered security.
Hacker @Wolf101 shares his predictions on the future of bug bounties and tips on getting started.
HackerOne sees vulnerability management as a process combining software tools and security analyst actions to reduce risk. In many cases, successful Vulnerability Management requires a joint effort between security operations, who find vulnerabilities, and IT operations responsible for fixing, or patching, vulnerabilities.
A few weeks ago, HackerOne and PortSwigger teamed up to shine a light on the innovative ways that customers and security analysts are scaling risk assessments. Read on for key learnings.
Chilean hacker @debsec shares his secrets to program selection and the best way to choose your scope in this week's Hacker Spotlights.
HackerOne has rolled out new product features to secure cloud workloads, investigate and respond to vulnerability trends, and answer auditors’ questions all in one place. Read on for details!
HackerOne sold our founding vulnerability as an NFT and donated the proceeds — 3.3 ETH / $7,086.19 — to Hack the Hood. Read on to learn why!
This week’s Hacker Spotlight features @none_of_the_above, a Latin American hacker who shares his tips to succeed in cybersecurity.