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Just over two years ago, General Motors became the first major automaker to launch a public vulnerability disclosure program (VDP). Its purpose? To protect its customers by working with hackers to safely identify and resolve security vulnerabilities.
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.
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.
On 20 January, HackerOne’s CEO, Marten Mickos, sat down for a chat with European hacker, Julien Ahrens a.k.a @mrtuxracer, and Teemu Ylhäisi, CISO at OP Financial Group. The discussion ranged from the recent SolarWinds attacks to the best way to prevent phishing. Here are our top takeaways from the webinar.
HackerOne has a large hacker community and the platform necessary to operate LINE’s bug bounty program. By using HackerOne’s platform and welcoming the community, LINE can increase operational efficiency. Through the partnership with HackerOne, we can share new bugs and learn from the vulnerability trends on the Platform while also getting a guide that helps us create a successful bug bounty program.
"Just five years ago, leading rideshare, food delivery, and payments company Grab, became one of the first companies in Southeast Asia to implement a hacker-powered security program. In just three years Grab became one of the Top 20 bug bounty programs on HackerOne worldwide."
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:
AT&T recently celebrated its first anniversary on HackerOne, passing $1 million in payouts to more than 850 researchers worldwide. Read on to learn more about their program and successes over the last year.
To mark Smartsheet's one-year anniversary with HackerOne, we sat down with Nolan Gibb, Information Security Engineer at Smartsheet, to discuss how bug bounties enable his team to scale and collaborate with software developers to create more secure products.
In an inaugural InterUni Bug Bounty Challenge jointly organized by the National University of Singapore (NUS) and Singapore Management University (SMU) from 12 August to 9 September 2020, students and staff from the two universities will get to hone their hacking skills by looking for vulnerabilities (or ‘bugs’) across the digital assets of their respective universities in exchange for monetary rewards, or bounties.
To kick off the InterUni Bug Bounty Challenge, we sat down with NUS Chief Information Technology Officers Tommy Hor to learn more about the Challenge, why cybersecurity is so important to educational institutions like NUS, and more.