Your Best Ally for VDP and Beyond
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Binding Operational Directive 20-01 requires civilian federal agencies to accept vulnerabilities from third-party reporters. But setting up a vulnerability disclosure program (VDP) is a complex, time-consuming task. HackerOne can work with you to build a strategy for meeting regulatory standards – on budget, on time, and without overwhelming your staff.
The top choice for those who protect our citizens
The only FedRAMP-authorized organization in our space, HackerOne delivers safe, trusted, and efficient security for the Department of Defense, General Services Administration (GSA), all branches of the Armed Forces, and other federal agencies.
Questions about VDP? Consult our experts
According to the CISA binding operational directive 20-01, federal agencies must implement a VDP. The directive has many federal agencies asking questions such as:
- How do we set up a system for quickly triaging vulnerabilities that both satisfies compliance requirements and doesn’t overwhelm our team?
- How do we manage inbound vulnerability reports and communicate with external researchers safely andefficiently?
- How do we satisfy all CISA requirements before thedeadline without compromising our holistic securityposture?
There are five steps to effectively reducing the risk to your digital assets and data. Our team of security experts are ready to consult you on the best course of action for your agency. Contact us today.
Serving those who serve our nation
- Federal Civilian Agencies
- Defense Agencies
- Government Contractors
- Aerospace Companies
- State and Local Governments
Hack the Pentagon
Since 2016, HackerOne has partnered with the U.S. Department of Defense to defend their assets, starting with Hack the Pentagon‘s vulnerability disclosure program. Kris Johnson, Director of the VDP at the DoD, says “researchers are telling us what’s wrong with our systems. We have a ton of success stories.” That success has encouraged the DoD to proactively embrace crowdsourced security, saving $64 million and achieving nearly 800% ROI.
Hack the Army
In partnership with the U.S. Army, HackerOne designed a program that targeted operationally significant assets. The bug bounty program attracted nearly 400 hackers and surfaced about 120 vulnerabilities -- including a critical bug that allowed bad actors to access an internal DoD database via the public-facing goarmy.com.
We saved more than $1M from this $150K investment—thus making the DoD more secure AND saving a boat load of money. It's not a small sum, but if we had gone through the normal process of hiring an outside firm to do a security audit and vulnerability assessment, which is what we usually do, it would have cost us more than $1 million.
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