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We sat down with HackerOne’s VP of Customer Success, Jeff McBride, to get more acquainted with his style of leadership, what customer success means to him, and his view of hacker-powered program management. Take a look at our conversation.
Jason Pubal is an appsec director at a large financial services firm. Over the past 2 years, he’s prepared for and rolled out a successful bug bounty program with HackerOne. Here’s what he’s learned in the process and how you can prepare to launch your own bug bounty program.
Interview with MoFo’s David Newman, of counsel in the National Security and Global Risk & Crisis Management practices. We asked David a few questions related to his work for clients on hacker-powered security, as well as what he’s seeing in the field as more and more organizations launch both vulnerability disclosure policies (VDP) and bug bounty programs.
CEO and Co-founder of SocialProof Security, Rachel Tobac hacks people. Using a phone, email, and an approachable persona, Rachel discovers vital information that can be used to craft successful exploits.
Harri Hursti is one of the world’s leading authorities on election voting security. His work has exposed gaping security flaws in electronic voting machines and the electronic voting industry as a whole. He answered some of our questions on his hacking roots and why electronic voting is so easily hacked.
We are thrilled to introduce HackerOne's new board member Kathryn Haun. Katie is a former U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) federal prosecutor, Stanford Business School Lecturer and serves on the board of Coinbase. With cybersecurity affecting every industry, every entity, and every person who is digitally connected, Katie thinks one of the best ways to protect against nefarious actors is to provide a safe environment for ethical hackers to beat them to the punch.
We recently caught up with GDPR expert Thomas Fischer for his help in answering some questions for us on the hot topic of GDPR.
Lisa Wiswell, a HackerOne advisor and a principal at GRIMM cybersecurity firm, thinks the government needs more help from hackers. Not just with hacking or security, but with simply understanding the basics of technology and the internet.
Faye Francy is executive director of Auto-ISAC, an industry-operated organization created to enhance cybersecurity awareness and collaboration across the global automotive industry. We interviewed Faye to learn more about the work Auto-ISAC is doing to make all of our vehicles more secure.
Jane Frankland is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, and consultant in cybersecurity and entrepreneurism. For more than 20 years, Jane has been focused on cybersecurity, and has been actively involved in OWASP, CREST and the Cyber Essentials scheme. She a prolific author, having been featured in leading publications and appeared on iconic British media programmes. She has also just published a new book about women in security.