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After 1 month of our community’s best and brightest going head to head to be named Hack The World 2017 champion, we are ready to share the winners of the annual contest. We also want to share some lessons learned, and give each of you the opportunity to share feedback with us so that we can improve on future contests.
Want to win an all expenses paid trip to New York City to hack against HackerOne 1337 and a chance to earn up to $100,000 in bounties? The h1-212 CTF is here!
Next week we’re kicking off our first conference by and for the hacker-powered security industry. On Tuesday, October 24, 2017, Security@ San Francisco will gather more than 200 security leaders, hackers and industry experts for groundbreaking keynotes, presentations and networking with peers and industry leaders who are paving the way to a safer internet.
H1-702 was HackerOne’s second annual live-hacking event held in Las Vegas. It’s hosted during Security Summer Camp: Where security teams, hackers, feds, and fans attend the trifecta of events: Black Hat, DEF CON, and BSides Las Vegas.
Let the countdown begin - Las Vegas awaits patiently for that amazing week of 0-days, conferencing, revelry, and networking. Read on for a quick rundown of what activities HackerOne has got in store for Black Hat week - the 2017 edition
Last week, I attended the FinDEVr conference in New York City. The 2-day conference is focused on the technology aspect of fintech. Attendees ranged from financial institutions to data analytics startups coming from places like Canada, the U.K, and all across the U.S. At the conference, I gave a talk titled “Tapping Hackers for Continuous Security”. Here’s a recap of the topics I addressed.
Just a few short weeks ago, an elite group of hackers huddled in conference rooms in a San Francisco high-rise, spending a day hunting software bugs for Airbnb and Shopify. Down the hall, eager groups of students from middle school to college were on hand to interact, learn, and amplify their interest in security and technology for hacking 101 workshops put on my elite hackers.
Around the world in seven days! My name’s Adam Bacchus, Chief Bounty Officer of HackerOne, and I’m here to tell you about the adventures I had in India this March presenting at Nullcon, Bounty Craft on “Bug Bounty Reports - How Do They Work?”.
A quick highlight reel of HackerOne’s week at RSA: hackathons, lightning talks, private parties, panels and more, oh my!
HackerOne hosted a live bug bounty event with Zenefits, Snapchat and Panasonic Avionics. Hackers earned more than $150,000 in bounties for over 225 reported vulnerabilities.
Let’s get a quick update on the Hack the World competition and see how things are progressing.