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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.
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.
To celebrate five years with HackerOne, we sat down with Adobe’s Senior Security Program Manager Pieter Ockers to discuss how their program has evolved over the last five years and the role that hacker-powered security, both bug bounties and response programs, plays into their overall security strategy.
Maintaining a video streaming service across the whole of Africa is challenge enough, without the added pressure of potential security issues. Showmax turns to hackers to secure their customer data and protect the security of their shows and movies.
As the coffee chain prepares for global expansion, Costa Coffee joins the likes of Hyatt, Deliveroo, and Zomato in launching its first private bug bounty program. Costa Coffee will shore up its digital defenses using the combined expertise and experience of HackerOne’s hacker community.
Having recently taken their bug bounty program public, we caught up with Visma Security Analyst Ioana Piroska about the program’s results so far and Visma’s plans for the future.
Today, PlayStation launched a public bug bounty program on HackerOne because the security of their products is a fundamental part of creating amazing experiences for the PlayStation community. Read on to learn more about their program, bounties, and more.
In a recent virtual roundtable, we sat down with Scott Reed, Senior Manager of Product Security at Zendesk, to discuss how they incorporate bug bounties throughout their product security strategy and scaling security at a high-growth organization. Take a look at some of the highlights of our conversation below.