GitHub's Greg Ose on Record-Breaking h1-702

September 25, 2019

In 2014, GitHub launched its Security Bug Bounty program. Motivated by the desire to keep GitHub users and the platform secure, the team has continuously worked closely with hackers through their program. “Inviting hackers from around the world to hack the GitHub platform has been one of the most rewarding components of our bug bounty program to date,” said Greg Ose, Application Security Engineering Manager at GitHub. “Spending time with the hackers with whom we’ve worked with for half a decade, and getting to meet new hackers who just filed their first bugs to our program, has been invaluable. This is one of our favorite parts of participating in live hacking events. Our relationship with the hacker community is critical to the success of our bug bounty program." ◇ Check out the recap blog for more highlights: https://www.hackerone.com/blog/bringing-heat-vegas-recapping-record-breaking-h1-702 ▼ Keep up with us ▼ ◇ Twitter → https://twitter.com/Hacker0x01 ◇ Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/Hacker0x01/ ◇ LinkedIn → https://www.linkedin.com/company/HackerOne ◇ Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/Hacker0x01/

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