Last month, we wrote an introductory overview of our experience running the second annual Car Hacking Village CTF infrastructure at DEF CON 25. Most notably, our use of Zappa to deploy Flask-based CTFd on AWS Lambda and API Gateway resulted in a $1.50 bill for the entire month of July (excluding database instances), while providing
Each summer, members of the security community convene in Las Vegas for a week of talks, networking, and other activities at a series of conferences. At DEF CON specifically, a number of organizations host Capture the Flag (CTF) hacking competitions in which contestants either compete against each other trying to access other teams’ infrastructure while
BSidesLV, Black Hat and DEF CON week is “that time of year” in the security industry; when hackers, suits, feds and anyone else interested in our craft descend on Las Vegas. The goal? To teach, demonstrate, learn, connect, and enjoy the company of fellow members of the village.
In the past year we’ve seen the Bugcrowd community more than double to more than 60,000 researchers, up from 26,782 at the beginning of 2016. With this growth comes the increasing responsibility to educate and foster the professional growth that our researchers seek every day.
We are just one week away from one of the busiest and most hectic weeks of the year – BSides, Black Hat and DEF CON in Las Vegas! Are you excited? We are!
Bugcrowd’s vision is to deliver a radical cybersecurity advantage. In addition to providing the best platform and tools to allow the top security researchers on the planet to find vulnerabilities on our customer’s applications, networks, and devices (IoT), we know that the key to our vision and making the Internet a safer place is EDUCATION
We recently attended a very topical event hosted by Costanoa Ventures focused on helping more women get a #seatatthetable at technology firms. Martina Lauchengco, Operating Partner at Costanoa moderated the panel for the full house of attendees which featured female leaders from leading companies like Uber, Linkedin, SurveyMonkey and Nextdoor.
Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to attend and present at Nullcon in Goa, India. Now in its seventh year, Nullcon was founded in 2010 with the idea of “providing an integrated platform for exchanging information on the latest attack vectors, zero day vulnerabilities and unknown threats.”
We made it through yet another week of craziness that is BSides SF and RSAC. Now we’d like to take a moment to give you a recap of what we were up to and what we enjoyed throughout the week…