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HackerOne’s global hacker-powered security conference, Security@, is back for its fourth year. This year’s virtual event will take place October 20-22, 2020. The call for speakers is now open! You have until August 21, 2020, to submit your talk.
The agenda for the third annual hacker-powered security conference, Security@ San Francisco, is live! Security@ is the only conference dedicated to the booming hacker-powered security industry, where hackers and leaders come together to build a safer internet. The conference takes place on October 15, 2019 at the Palace of Fine Arts and will include talks by security leaders from some of the most innovative security teams. In addition, hackers from all over the world will discuss lessons learned from defending the front lines, scaling security teams, and addressing the talent gap. 2019 promises to be our largest event yet!
Security@ San Francisco 2019 is taking place October 15 and we are stoked to announce our first ever call for speakers! The deadline to submit is August 16.
At Security@ 2018, we invited these three hackers to participate in a panel discussion moderated by Bree Fowler, Electronics Team Editor at Consumer Reports. Each hacker, all of whom rank in the top 100 on the HackerOne platform, talked about what motivates them, what organizations can do to attract more of the best hackers, and how hacker-powered security makes the internet safer while also helping them be better hackers.
Most hacker-powered security happens remotely, with digital messaging being the typical communication channel. There’s no brainstorming together with a whiteboard, no chats over coffee, no conversations during the walk across the street for lunch. One of the many benefits of Security@ is the chance to bring hackers, developers, and security teams together to meet in real life.
At Security@ 2018, held in San Francisco in late October, Gerchow took the stage to share how Sumo Logic works with HackerOne to take a decidedly modern approach to security, using bug bounties as a tool in the arsenal and transparency as the common thread. Transparency, according to Gerchow, means that organizations must admit not only that bugs will always exist, but that the best ways to reduce vulnerabilities is to share learnings and best practices with the broader community.
The annual hacker-powered security conference, Security@ San Francisco, is now open for registration! The one day event will take place on October 24, 2018 and gather industry influencers, public and private sector leaders from some of the most advanced security teams, and hackers from all over the world to discuss everything from the legal implications of safe harbor to compliance to best practices driving security maturity across industries. It’s the largest conference of its kind dedicated to educating the community on hacker-powered security and sharing the lessons, learnings, and insights of those who are leading us into the modern era of cybersecurity.
Faye Francy, Executive Director of Auto-ISAC, and Kevin Tierney, Director of Vehicle Cybersecurity at General Motors, spoke at our Security@ conference in a panel moderated by Gizmodo senior reporter, Kate Conger. Here's the recap.
How the tide is shifting, and financial services firms are realizing that the economics of hacker-powered security outweigh the risks as presented at Security@ San Francisco.
Every bug starts its life as a feature. If there was no feature, there would be no bug.