The importance of sophisticated, proactive security has never been greater. Inviting ethical hackers is a simple yet effective approach to defending against cyber dangers.
According to our research, 70% of ethical hackers have discovered a vulnerability on a company's website but have been unable to disclose it since there is no clear way to do so (such as a Vulnerability Disclosure Policy.) Fortunately, 88 per cent of employees surveyed still take efforts to notify the organization about security risks, although only about two-thirds of reports (68 per cent) are successfully submitted.
24th Jun 8.00 - 9:00 (IST)
A bug bounty programme is a crowdsourcing project that pays people for finding and reporting software defects. As part of a company's vulnerability management approach, bug bounty programmes are frequently implemented to supplement internal code audits and penetration tests.
Organizations become aware of and repair their vulnerabilities by working with ethical hackers on a bug bounty programme. This not only strengthens their cybersecurity posture but also allows companies to outmanoeuvre attackers.
Agenda for the webinar
• What is Bug Bounty
• Basic Knowledge needed to start in Bug Bounty
• Myths About Bug Bounty
• Some real-world cases
• How can I become a Bug Bounty Expert?
• Bug Bounty Q&A
Registration Link: https://www.infosectrain.com/events/free-webinar-an-introduction-to-bug-bounty/
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