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Get Ready for LevelUp 0x04!

Get Ready For LevelUp 0x04!

Join us this Saturday and Sunday, June 1-2 for LevelUp 0x04!

The fourth edition of LevelUp will kick off with Bugcrowd CEO Ashish Gupta as our opening address, followed by two half-day sessions of live content. Viewers from across the globe can tune in on YouTube.com/bugcrowd and participate with fellow conference attendees through the live chat.

Bugcrowd is dedicated to providing resources and opportunities to help our community develop new skills. Launched in 2017, LevelUp is our free online InfoSec conference series featuring leaders in the hacking and crowdsourced security space sharing their best practices, strategies, and research to help level up their fellow bug hunters.

This year’s theme is collaboration, and we’ll have several sessions on teaming up with fellow hackers. Learn from accomplished bug bounty hackers and groups in the scene, including InternetWache and Rijal Rojan. I’m particularly excited about these talks, as I truly believe #ItTakesACrowd and I’m looking forward to seeing our community members team up to hunt for bugs!

As always, LevelUp will also feature presentations on your favorite tools and offer a variety of talks for folks across the infosec industry. Learn about car hacking (as a college student!), mobile hacking, the Diary of an Inexperienced Bug Hunter, and more.

We invite everyone from bug bounty beginners that are looking for tips and tricks to experienced hunters to hear helpful, tactical advice shared from experienced hackers across a spectrum of hacking skillsets.

Visit the LevelUp 0x04 home page for our full schedule, the speaker line up, and links to the livestreams.

Can’t make it? After the live stream, all individual presentations will be uploaded to Bugcrowd’s YouTube channel and available in playlists. Check out our videos from LevelUp 0x03 (January 2019).

See you on Saturday and Sunday!

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Sam Houston

Senior Community Manager at Bugcrowd. Sam's passionate about working to foster the best researcher community on the web. Prior to joining the security industry Sam worked for Couchsurfing, Electronic Arts, Playfish, and gamerDNA.

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