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Printers, arguably the most common IoT devices on the market, touch and store some of the most sensitive data and yet these devices are often left out of the organization’s security policy. This is why security is a core pillar of HP’s product strategy.
HP turned to Bugcrowd, engaging in a managed private bug bounty program to incentive an elite, trusted Crowd of security researchers to find critical vulnerabilities in its products. Given the difficulty of finding these obscure vulnerabilities, the bug bounty program is key.
We looked at the bug bounty program as a key mechanism for taking our security posture to the next level. By leveraging a community of security researchers to find some of those obscure issues no one else has found. This is the message that convinced our executives to support the program.
Empower Your Security Team With a Crowd of White Hat Hackers to Find and Fix Vulnerabilities in Your Code Before the Bad Guys Do.
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