Learn from Experience: How to Create a Successful Bug Bounty Program
Wednesday, October 5th at 10 AM PT | 1 PM ET
Whether you call them ethical hackers, crowd-sourced security communities or independent vulnerability researchers, bug bounty hunters have become an important component of a successful cybersecurity program for many organizations. By taking a proactive approach to uncovering vulnerabilities, a bug bounty program can help save an organization or software developer from costly data breaches that might otherwise go undetected. These programs however can present their own challenges if not managed carefully.
Kicking-off the Blue Lava Community’s first virtual gathering, Bug Bounty experts Ryan Black, RoRo and Casey Ellis will discuss this topic in a private, off the record webinar.
Attendees will gain a better understanding of:
- A successful Bug Bounty program – what is it and why does it exist
- Considerations for launching a Bug Bounty program – what works and what doesn’t
- Understanding the depth and breadth of the talent pool of researchers
- Success stories for Bug Bounty programs
***Note: This is an off the record conversation and will not be recorded***
Join Ryan, RoRo, and Casey in the Blue Lava Community Bug Bounty discussion thread by signing up or signing in to the new member exclusive collaboration portal: https://community.bluelava.io/
For more information, please contact Chris Ancharski – [email protected]