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We start the new year of 2020 with great prospects. First of all, 2019 turned out to be a massive success for hacker-powered security. HackerOne paid out over $35,000,000 in bounties to hackers all over the world.
If triaging vulnerability reports was a martial art, Zach Dando would be sensei master. Zach runs the triage team at HackerOne and we recently sent some questions his way to glean insight into how he has HackerOne’s Security Analysts clicking on all cylinders.
From smart refrigerators in your kitchen to cardiac monitors in a hospital, Qualcomm’s processors, modems, and other wireless technologies are powering the world of connected devices. But as the number of those devices continues to explode—to as many as 20 billion by 2020—the focus on security becomes more prominent.
You’ve probably heard of GitHub, but you might not know they support more than 20 million people learning, sharing, and working together on more than 55 million projects. Yeah, that’s a lot...and a lot of responsibility on GitHub’s part to ensure the safety and security of their customers’ data.
Opening your database to the world is a scary thought! But that’s exactly what we wanted to do by implementing a GraphQL endpoint. Feeling stuck with the classic REST-ish JSON API, there were a multitude of problems that we were looking to get rid of.
Brian Neel, GitLab’s Security Lead, looks at how the software security apparatus has grown over time, and how hacker-powered security has become a critical component for GitLab and other companies like them.
Today we launch a new product, designed for every security team that runs periodic testing of web applications.
Learn more about WordPress and their approach to bug bounties and security from Aaron Campbell, Security Team Lead at WordPress.
Hackers, do you have what it takes to hack the U.S. Air Force? Register now to participate in the Department of Defense's largest bug bounty challenge to date.
We have created the most comprehensive, educational, practical, and valuable resource ever about the ins and outs of running a successful bug bounty program and now we've turned it into a simple one-page graphic.