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Time is not kind to the security of an organization. The longer you wait, the weaker you are. The more things drag out, the higher the risk of breach. Delays in responding to threats, incidents, and compromises mean exponential cost increases.
This week’s Hacker Spotlight features @none_of_the_above, a Latin American hacker who shares his tips to succeed in cybersecurity.
HackerOne sat down with Reddit’s CISO and VP of Trust, resident Security Wizard, and top hacker to discover the secrets to Reddit’s bug bounty success, explore their goals and key results, delve into how they use hackers to scale security across software development, and gain a unique perspective about what it’s like to hack one of the world’s leading social networks.
Pentester, independent consultant and bug hunter, @niemand_sec is featured in this week’s edition of Hacker Spotlights.
HackerOne’s global hacker-powered security conference, Security@, is back for its fifth year. This year’s virtual event will take place September 20, 2021. The call for speakers is now open! You have until May 15, 2021, to submit your talk.
Insecure Direct Object References (or IDOR) is a simple bug that packs a punch. Discover where they’re most common, explore real-world examples, and learn prevention tips from hackers.
Latin America hacker, @edduu shares his in-depth thinking on how to maximize reports for larger bounty earnings and what it means to be a hacker in Latin America.
Brazillian CTF player and hacker, @maneolt is featured in this week’s Hacker Spotlight.
Latin America based hacker, @p3rr0 shares his story from not knowing about bug bounties to making an income.
Hacker from Santiago, Chile shares his journey in pentesting and bug bounties in this edition of Hacker Spotlights.
With over one million hackers making up the HackerOne community, there’s more diversity of skill, approach, and personality than any security team in the world. At the launch of the 2021 Hacker Report, we catch up with three hackers, representing three very different approaches to hacking: the pentester, the VDP hacker and the bounty hunter.