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We’re excited to announce our integration with ServiceNow Incident Management. This integration allows customers to escalate vulnerability reports with ServiceNow incidents and synchronize any updates in the vulnerability workflow that happen in ServiceNow or HackerOne.
HackerOne introduces Disclosure Assistance to help hackers reach organizations that don't have official vulnerability reporting processes.
What a wild ride it was for Hacktivity in 2016! Let’s reflect on some of the major trends and patterns in our hacker community as seen through the eyes of Hacktivity.
With the end of 2014 dashing to a close and 2015 just over the hill, let's take a moment to look at the ghosts of bugs and breaches past. Vulnerability coordination, disclosure, and incident response have never been more important to get right. What could happen if we make adjustments in the way we approach security and how could that impact the bugs that will inevitably be delivered to both the naughty and nice in the future?
Great hackers write great reports that others want to read. See the top ones from last quarter.
To help security programs manage the expectations of participating hackers, we are rolling out a new program metrics feature, to be displayed on individual Security@ pages.
First impressions can be everything. Here are tips for putting your best foot forward in the first few weeks of your bug bounty program.
Great hackers never curb their curiosity. Increased recognition of their contribution is helping more companies understand that they are a valued partner, not an adversary.
Better way to give thanks to our amazing hackers by releasing a new and improved Thanks page on hacker profiles.
Who are these white hat hackers that are reporting vulnerabilities to companies? HackerOne created the 2016 Bug Bounty Hacker Report to share insights about the hacker community and to give hackers the exposure deserved as vital actors in our modern digital society.
Hackers we have big news from our partners at the Pentagon! The DoD is announcing their Vulnerability Disclosure Policy and registration is open to sign up for the opportunity to hack the U.S. Army!