An Introduction to Bug Bounty Programs for Businesses

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The need for modern, proactive security has never been more important. A simple yet proven method to protecting against cyber threats is to invite ethical hackers in. 

According to Intigriti’s research, 70% of ethical hackers have found a vulnerability within a company’s website but found no clear route to report it (such as a Vulnerability Disclosure Policy.) Fortunately, 88% of those people still take steps to reach out to the company the security risk concerns — but only around two thirds (68%) of reports are submitted successfully.

By continuously working with ethical hackers through a bug bounty program, organisations become aware of and fix their vulnerabilities. Not only does this improve the strength of their cybersecurity posture, but it empowers them to outmanoeuvre cybercriminals.

Read this eBook,  to learn about;

  • Bug Bounty Programs
  • Ethical Hackers
  • Where to host a program, and more

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