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Is the ecommerce and retail industry a pioneer or a laggard in using hacker-powered efforts in the fight against cyber criminals? And how does your retail company stack up against others in the industry?
Vulnerabilities are a fact of life; risk comes with it. Today, companies, enterprises, & governments are embracing collaboration with hackers to find vulnerabilities before criminals have a chance to exploit them. Using 7 years of data from 1,400 bug bounty programs & 360,000+ valid vulnerabilities, this post offers a new analysis of the most common vulnerabilities not found on the OWASP top 10.
We’ve put together a list of the most impactful vulnerabilities on the HackerOne platform so you can see where to aim your security efforts and how to better align your security team to today’s biggest risks. Learn which vulnerabilities aren’t in the OWASP Top 10 and see the top vulnerabilities submitted by volume, bounty awards, and more.
Providing third parties with access to privileged sites and information can expose companies to greater risk of data theft, with all the financial and reputational costs such breaches bring. Hacker-powered security programs like HackerOne Bounty let you focus tens to thousands of security researchers on the precise systems you care about most. Through careful design of the program page and bounty table, which tells hackers how much they will be paid to find different types of vulnerabilities in different systems, you can concentrate the HackerOne community on hardening the applications, authentication, and access control systems that third parties use.
Read 118 of the most intriguing data points from HackerOne’s Hacker-Powered Security Report 2018. Get the facts to learn how security teams are working with hackers to crush more bugs and make the internet safer for everyone.
The Hacker-Powered Security Report 2018 is the most comprehensive report on hacker-powered security. Analysis of 78,275 security vulnerability reports received in the past year from ethical hackers that reported them to over 1,000 organizations through HackerOne.
We are reclaiming the term hacker. Earlier this month at Infosecurity Europe, we surveyed IT professionals, which revealed that the majority (70%) believe the Cambridge Dictionary update its definition of “hacker.”
Do you know how many of your unknown vulnerabilities have the potential to cause a breach of consumer data? In other words, how many have GDPR implications? We wondered the same thing, so we did some digging. Here’s what we found.
Is the ecommerce and retail industry a pioneer or a laggard in using hacker-powered efforts in the fight against cyber criminals? And how does your retail company stack up against others in the industry? Find out with this new report, specifically for the ecommerce and retail industry, and using data culled from more than 800 hacker-powered security programs, over $20 million in awarded bounties, and nearly 50,000 resolved security vulnerabilities.
For your quick reference, we’ve distilled the Hacker-Powered Security Report to 5 key trends that show how white-hat hackers are shaping the world of security.
Our Hacker-Powered Security Report is so chock-full of compelling insights, interesting tidbits, and surprising stats that we decided to distill them down to just the top 100.