HackerOne
Takes Over SF

February 21 - 26

Join HackerOne at RSA 2020 in SF

Friday, February 21st

h1-415

Friday, February 21st

#h1-415 2020 is our first live hacking event of the year on February 21, 2020 and we want you to check it out! Top hackers from all over the globe join together to hit harder and find vulnerabilities on a HackerOne customer program. With thousands up for grabs, this is a must-see for all interested in live hacking and bounty hunting. Note: Registration up for this event allows you entry to observe the event, not to hack. You will receive an email confirmation once your registration has been accepted.

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Watch a Recap from #h1-415 2019

SUNDAY, February 23rd

BSides: Day 1

Sunday, February 23rd - Monday, February 24th
Venue: City View at Metreon

As a leading sponsor of BSides San Francisco, we’re committed to encouraging open conversations with those in the infosec community. BSides brings together the passionate folks of cybersecurity and we’d love to meet you! Swing by the vendor lounge and grab custom HackerOne swag and gear and chat with us about the future of hacker-powered security.

Schedule a meeting onsite here

Monday, February 24th

BSides: Day 2

Sunday, February 23rd - Monday, February 24th
Venue: City View at Metreon

As a leading sponsor of BSides San Francisco, we’re committed to encouraging open conversations with those in the infosec community. BSides brings together the passionate folks of cybersecurity and we’d love to meet you! Swing by the vendor lounge and grab custom HackerOne swag and gear and chat with us about the future of hacker-powered security.

Schedule a meeting onsite here

Women in Security Panel

11:00 am - 2:00 pm | Monday, February 24th
Venue: élan event venue
839 Howard Street

Evolving the Perception of Women in Security: Studies have shown that women make up roughly 20% of the global cybersecurity workforce, an improvement in recent years, but still far lower than their male counterparts. The women who have gotten a seat at the table have not only paved a way for the next generation, but changed the way they are perceived. Along the way they have learned how to deal with challenges including, finding the right mentors, balancing mental health, and breaking barriers. In this panel, security leaders will share their unique journeys, the challenges they overcame, and how women can lifted up all minority classes for a more inclusive security industry.

Speakers:
Lakshmi Hanspal, CISO at Box | Laura Kankaala, Security Researcher from Detectify | Keri Kusznir, Application Security Manager at Starbucks | Vanessa Pegueros, Chief Security and Trust Officer at OneLogin | Sam Cowan, Head of Compliance at HackerOne

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Hacker Panel

4:00 - 6:00 pm | Monday, February 24th
Venue: élan event venue
839 Howard Street

From Scope to Submission: Hackers' Approach to Recon: Vulnerabilities are a fact of life. Today, technology companies, enterprises and even governments are shoring up their defenses by collaborating with hackers who have one key advantage: they can think like an attacker. In this panel, we’ll hear from hackers from across the globe and from a vast array of backgrounds to learn about how they approach a target, how this approach evolves over time, what attracts them to hack specific orgs, the key mentors in their hacking education, and how they adapt their hacking skills to the workplace.

Speakers:
@randomdeduction | @SpaceRaccoon | @nnwakelam | @dawgyg | Ben Sadeghipour, Head of Hacker Education at HackerOne

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Annual H1 RSA Party

6:00 - 10:00 pm | Monday, February 24th
Venue: Coin-op, 508 4th Street, San Francisco

Escape the real world and put your skills to the test with HackerOne for a night of old school gaming, lively networking, cold beers and craft cocktails at the Coin Op! Enjoy candid conversations with your peers, while battling it out over appetizers and pinball.

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H1 lounge

All-Day | Monday, February 24th - Tuesday, February 25th
Venue: élan event venue
839 Howard Street

RSA Conference is about bringing cybersecurity professionals together and empowering the collective “we” in the industry. This year’s theme is, to put it simply, better. From finding better solutions to making better connections with peers from around the world, being better means keeping the digital world safe so everyone can get on with making the real world a better place. What exemplifies that more than a safe place to mix and mingle with HackerOne at our lounge just minutes away from RSA? We’d love to see you.

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Tuesday, February 25th

Security Leaders Panel

10:30am - 1:30pm | Tuesday, February 25th
Venue: élan event venue
839 Howard Street

Put the Cease & Desist Down: How to Train Your Org to Work with Hackers: Before that hacker slides into your brand’s DMs, how do you prepare your organization to talk to researchers? Knowing vulnerabilities exist is just the first step. Demonstrating risk avoidance, getting buy in and internal coordination for hacker-powered programs is the second. How do you budget when you don’t know what bugs are out there? How do you coordinate fixes across an organization? And what happens after it’s deployed? Security leaders from Starbucks and Hyatt will discuss how they’ve tackled the sometimes overwhelming and never-ending process of internal buy-in, from internal education to legal approvals to evolving a program and budget overtime, to coordinating fixes consistently across departments.

Speakers:
Keri Kusznir, Application Security Manager at Starbucks | Robert Lowery, Analyst on the Vulnerability Management Team at Hyatt | Pax Whitmore, Information Security Engineer at PayPal | Alex Rice, Co-founder and CTO, HackerOne

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H1 lounge

All-Day | Monday, February 24th - Tuesday, February 25th
Venue: élan event venue
839 Howard Street

RSA Conference is about bringing cybersecurity professionals together and empowering the collective “we” in the industry. This year’s theme is, to put it simply, better. From finding better solutions to making better connections with peers from around the world, being better means keeping the digital world safe so everyone can get on with making the real world a better place. What exemplifies that more than a safe place to mix and mingle with HackerOne at our lounge just minutes away from RSA? We’d love to see you.

Register Now