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Vulnerability Disclosure Programs (VDPs) are not only being promoted by more and more organizations and officials, they’re an
Someone called it a “breach,” and the world took notice. Here is the story.
Hacktivity can save your company. Take help from hackers. You can’t do it alone. Approach hackers with an assumption of benevolence, and develop relationships with them. Don’t find out about a vulnerability for the first time on Twitter. How do you defend yourself against people who get up in the morning, put on their flip flops (or military uniform) and do nothing but think about how to attack you? These were themes at the Atlantic Council’s panel on coordinated vulnerability disclosure (CVD) on September 18 in Washington, D.C.
HackerOne Response is our turnkey solution offering enterprise-grade security and conformance with ISO-29147 (vulnerability disclosure) and ISO-30111 (vulnerability handling). It allows vulnerability management teams to work directly with external third-parties to resolve critical security vulnerabilities before they can be exploited.
This article will answer the simple question of what a vulnerability disclosure policy is, what’s included in a good policy, which organizations have a VDP today, and which government agencies have published guidance on VDPs.
HackerOne’s summary review of the Software Vulnerability Disclosure in Europe Technology, Policies and Legal Challenges report.
Vulnerability Disclosure Programs (VDPs) are not only being promoted by more and more organizations and officials, they’re an easy-to-implement yet critical part of any company’s security apparatus. But there are legal issues to consider, and we had a top cybersecurity attorney offering advice at the recent Security@ event.
HackerOne is helping AlienVault manage incoming reports, triage them, and automatically create tickets on their internal ticketing system for only the valid reports.
The United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office suggested “12 steps to take now” to get ahead of GDPR’s impact on your operations and processes. We’ve put together a quick recap available on our resources page.
The attention being given to vulnerability disclosure policies (VDP) in the past year has increased dramatically. It might be the latest high-profile breach that sparks a comment, but more and more, it’s the attitude that VDPs aren’t just nice-to-haves, they’re critical tools for every cyber security team.