Bug Bytes: Hacking for Good, Malware, and Outages (x3)

In early February, the Swiss government issued a reward for hacking its new electronic voting system. In just one short month, Motherboard has reported that a group of researchers have found a critical flaw in the code that would allow someone to alter votes without detection – talk about the power of the bug bounty!

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Bug Bytes: RSA, Equifax, and Auto – Oh my!

Closing out from RSA this week, where nearly every cyber company was pulling out all the stops, we couldn’t help but notice the extra light shed and proactive efforts made around diversity. In lead up to the conference, the San Francisco Chronicle sat down with Sandra Toms, chief organizer of the RSA Conference, to discuss

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How Governments are Running Effective Bug Bounty Programs

If you’re reading this article, statistically speaking your organization might be getting hacked. In the private sector, the Equifax hack and Intel’s processor vulnerabilities took the mainstream media by storm. And over the past year, data breaches of U.S. government networks, once novel, have become pervasive. Take it from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) or the IRS – no one is safe

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Top Ecommerce Bugs and What They Mean

With the holiday shopping season in full swing, we thought it was a good time to take a look at one of industries with the biggest impact on consumers. Over the past several years we’ve seen an increase in the number of retail and eCommerce companies embracing the crowdsourced model. In this year’s State of

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