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Data breaches in information security have become an inescapable reality. A common inquiry we receive here at HackerOne is for guidance on how to most effectively respond to one of these unfortunate incidents. There are no easy answers. Our hope is the following guidance can serve as recommendations for any victim of a breach.
Years of AWS bug bounties have exposed SSRF vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and dangling DNS records. What can we learn from these vulnerabilities about mitigating risk?
When your job is all about avoiding costly incidents and mistakes, it’s hard to put a dollar value on your work. At HackerOne’s recent Security@ conference, Slack and Hyatt’s CISOs sat down for a chat about their challenges and the hacks they use to quantify risk:
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Penetration testing is one of the most widely used techniques to comply with security regulations and protect network and computing systems and users. Hacker-powered penetration tests are emerging as a more cost-effective way to harden applications. With HackerOne Challenge, selected hackers from our community are invited to find vulnerabilities in your systems, and you only pay for the verified vulnerabilities found.
No matter your company size or security team bandwidth, learn how to get a bug bounty program started with advice from those who’ve launched hundreds of new programs. This webinar explains how to get a program started at your own pace, what you need to think about before you start, and how you can control the program’s impact on your existing infrastructure. It’s only 25 minutes, so grab a coffee, take a break, and watch it now.
Startups today must adapt to a rapidly changing environment, completing security tasks along with code deploys and automating security scans as much as possible. But even with these measures, security vulnerabilities find a way to slip through the cracks. That’s where hacker-powered security can put out the embers of the fire you may have missed. Learn how hacker-powered security allows startups to launch smart.