The first step in helping protect your company from an attack or premature vulnerability release to the public is a Vulnerability Disclosure Policy (VDP).

A vulnerability disclosure policy, or VDP, is intended to give ethical hackers clear guidelines for submitting potentially unknown and harmful security vulnerabilities to organizations. A VDP allows you to have a clear communication mechanism in place for the people who are interested in reporting vulnerabilities in your products and services.

“Companies that lack a clear vulnerability disclosure program are at increased risk should a security researcher find a vulnerability.” Megan Brown, Partner at Wiley Rein LLP

What our guide, Vulnerability Disclosure Policy. What is it. Why you need one. How to get started, will cover:

  • VDP Basics
  • How to launch your own VDP
  • Assembling the right tools to support a VDP
  • How to streamline your VDP with HackerOne Response
  • And more!
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