HackerOne is a vulnerability coordination and bug bounty platform that connects businesses with cybersecurity researchers. It is one of the first companies to embrace and utilize crowd-sourced security and hackers as linchpins of its business model, and is the largest cybersecurity firm of its kind. As of February 2017, HackerOne's network consisted of approximately 100,000 hackers and had paid $14 million in bounties.

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  • When looking for a model to inform your own security posture, the Department of Defense would be a good place to look. Not only were they the first branch of the U.S. Federal Government to use white-hat hackers back in 2016, they’ve been using hacker-powered security in new and interesting ways ever since. They’ve also blazed a trail for other public organizations.

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  • Sound security is no accident. Here's what the FTC learned from more than 50 law enforcement actions related to data security, distilled down into their wonderful guide https://www.ftc.gov/system/files/documents/plain-language/pdf0205-startwithsecurity.pdf. The Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) job is to protect consumers. The agency’s Bureau of Consumer Protection works to investigate issues rel...

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  • Record. Breaking. Day. H1-415 | 2018 was our second annual live-hacking event in our hometown of San Francisco. And we went big - bigger than ever in fact with Oath paying out over $400,000 in bounties. Boom! We also hosted a community day with Bay Area-based junior high and senior high students to learn about hacking and cybersecurity. They got to meet hackers, learn how they got started and ...

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  • Cherry blossoms, melting snow, sunshine and a whole lot of hacking.Twenty-seven hackers representing nine countries gathered at the U.S. capital in March, 2018 for HackerOne’s first live hacking event in Washington, D.C. with local location data and mapping platform, Mapbox. The weekend consisted of a community day with Virginia-based high schoolers and a live hacking day — nine hours of hacking...

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  • Record. Breaking. Day. H1-415 | 2018 was our second annual live-hacking event in our hometown of San Francisco. And we went big - bigger than ever in fact with Oath paying out over $400,000 in bounties. Boom! We also hosted a community day with Bay Area-based junior high and senior high students to learn about hacking and cybersecurity. They got to meet hackers, learn how they got started and ...

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  • In 2017, General Motors produced over 17% of the cars and trucks sold in the U.S., each containing a host of high-tech mechanical, electronic, and communications systems. For example, the company has sold more than 8.6 million vehicles with 4G LTE connectivity built in, Cadillac’s Super Cruise is the only semi-autonomous driving system allowing drivers to completely remove their hands from the wh...

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  • Tomnomnom might feel conflicted when he finds spectacular bugs but his feelings about HackerOne live-hacking events are absolutely clear: "[They are] possibly one of my favorite things ever ... I'm blown away every time." Tom loves the friendships, learning opportunities, and getting a whole new wardrobe when he attends live-hacking events. Check out Tom's HackerOne Profile: https://hackerone...

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  • Your CEO Being called to testify in front of the U.S. Senate to explain why your customer data was breached is probably near the top of that “ worst case scenario” list. “Infamous” is Not the Descriptor You Desire What results come up when you google your company name or even your own name? If Richard Smith, former Equifax CEO were to do that now his results would be, um, shall we say less tha...

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  • There are many different types of security assessments,  ...and they’re not always easy to keep separately in our minds (especially for sales types).”  Enter Daniel Miessler.  Daniel Miessler is a well-known information security professional based in San Francisco. For more than 20 years, he’s been writing about his infosec projects and other interests, as he puts it, “as a means of organizing ...

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