North America

Learn why the top North American companies are embracing hacker-powered security.

  • #AndroidHackingMonth Q&A With Android Hacker bagipro

    #AndroidHackingMonth Q&A With Android Hacker bagipro

    Mobile hacking has become an essential part of the bug bounty hunter’s tool belt, and no one knows the space better than Android hacker bagipro. With years of experience, he’s currently ranked as...

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  • The 2020 Hacker Report

    The 2020 Hacker Report

    The 2020 Hacker Report shares hackers’ stories and celebrates their impact. Learn the motivations and efforts of the global hacking community.

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  • How the Risk-Averse DoD Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Hackers

    How the Risk-Averse DoD Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Hackers

    There are few, if any, organizations more risk-averse than the U.S. Department of Defense. But even this staid agency has realized the security benefits of working with hackers, such as saving...

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  • Security@ Fireside Chat: Insights from Phil Venables of Goldman Sachs

    Security@ Fireside Chat: Insights from Phil Venables of Goldman Sachs

    Phil Venables, senior advisor and board director at Goldman Sachs, has seen more than his share of highs and lows in the security world. The former Goldman Sachs CISO has held senior-level...

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  • Guidance for Financial Services on Vulnerability Disclosure Policy Basics

    Guidance for Financial Services on Vulnerability Disclosure Policy Basics

    Specific to Finserv on details needed to implement a complete and compliant policy. Takes the VDP guide and updates with finserv intro and Goldman Sachs policy example

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  • General Motors' Customer Story

    General Motors' Customer Story

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  • General Motors Celebrates Second Anniversary with Hackers

    General Motors Celebrates Second Anniversary with Hackers

    Just over two years ago, General Motors became the first major automaker to launch a public vulnerability disclosure program (VDP). Its purpose? To protect its customers by working with hackers to...

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  • Breaking the Bank: Getting Financial Services Companies to Embrace Hacker-Powered Security

    Breaking the Bank: Getting Financial Services Companies to Embrace Hacker-Powered Security

    If any industry should readily grasp the concepts of economics and market-based forces, it’s the Financial Services industry. Yet, of the 7,000 or so financial organizations in the United States,...

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  • How The U.S. Government is Out-Innovating Corporate America

    How The U.S. Government is Out-Innovating Corporate America

    The Department of Defense has had a vulnerability disclosure program in place on HackerOne since November 21, 2016. That means, they’re head of 94% of the Forbes Global 2000 who do not have a...

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  • Marten Mickos wants to let a million hackers loose on corporate America

    Marten Mickos wants to let a million hackers loose on corporate America

    This first appeared in the San Francisco Business Times on November 3, 2016. View the original article here:...

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