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Topic: Conferences & Events

2016 Black Hat, DEFCON, BSides Wrap Up

Now that we’ve rested our feet, drank some water, and adjusted from the Las Vegas time warp, we thought we’d give a brief recap of our week. In the six days we spent boots down in Vegas, we caught some great talks with some of our favorite people, threw, sponsored and attended awesome events, and as always, met amazing folks from the InfoSec community.

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Bugcrowd’s RSAC 2016 by the Numbers

72,000 Steps

Now that we’ve had a moment to settle from the chaos that was the 25th Annual RSA Conference on our home turf, we’d like to take a moment to jot down some thoughts and give you a look at our highlights – by the numbers. We’ll start with the average 72,000 steps “we” took from Monday to Friday, strutting our Bugcrowd gear around Moscone, meeting with incredible people, and generally getting amongst the action.
 
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On the U.S. Government and Bug Bounties

My favorite thing about going to conferences is establishing the underlying trends behind the questions I’m asked. We’re only half-way through RSAC/BSides week, and already the dominant question is clear:

When is the government going to start a bug bounty program?

Here’s my answer:

The government has no choice but to adopt a crowdsourced model for vulnerability discovery, it’s more a question of when will the pain of staying the same exceed the pain of change.

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