Topic: Thought Leadership
Today, the Office of Management and Budgeting (OMB) released The Federal Cybersecurity Risk Determination Report and Action Plan, mandated by cybersecurity executive order 13800. This report illustrates a high-level review of government cybersecurity risks, identifies actions to improve federal cybersecurity,…
The bug bounty market is growing quickly. While an increasing number of organizations are embracing the concept, there still remains some confusion and ambiguity around paying hackers for vulnerabilities. Events like recently disclosed Uber breach illustrate this confusion. I’ll take this opportunity to clarify and define this rapidly evolving market.
Last week, we released our second annual Inside the Mind of a Hacker 2.0 report. We dove into different hacker profiles, their motivations for hacking, and the impact building a relationship makes on a successful bug bounty program. We found lots of interesting stats on our bug hunting community, both expected and surprising.
It’s common knowledge that the security industry has been facing a massive shortage of resources. Add the fact that companies are accelerating their cloud presence and growing an API ecosystem of their own. CISOs are up-leveling their security strategy by adding bug bounty programs to their toolbox.