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Five Reasons NOT to Run a Bug Bounty Program

Thinking of starting a bug bounty program, but have some concerns about it? HackerOne's Chief Bounty Officer Adam Bacchus will address five of the most commonly heard reasons organizations do NOT want to start a bug bounty program. He'll dispel some of the most common concerns holding your organization back from working with the world's best hackers to help you find bugs before the bad guys do, including:

1. Who are these hackers?
2. It’s a budgeting black hole!
3. We don’t have bandwidth to start and run a bounty program!
4. It’ll be a PR disaster!
5. ...you’ll have to watch to find out!)
Recorded Aug 17 2016 27 mins
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  • Meet the Hackers Powering the World's Best Bug Bounty Programs Recorded: Nov 10 2016 23 mins
    Adam Bacchus, Chief Bounty Officer, HackerOne; Lauren Koszarek, Director of Communications
    Uber, Twitter, GitHub, the Department of Defense (DoD), and many others have rewarded over $10 million to white hat hackers to uncover 30,000+ vulnerabilities as part of bug bounty programs. Hackers get paid as much as $50,000 for reporting the juiciest bugs! So who are these hackers… and is it really all about the money? Lauren Koszarek and Adam Bacchus will provide insights around the motivations and backgrounds of over 600 friendly hackers surveyed as part of HackerOne’s 2016 Bug Bounty Hacker Report. Join this presentation and learn about the people hired to hack into organizations with the purpose to expose vulnerabilities.
    - Demographics: Age, countries, and more
    - Their favorite targets
    - How they learned to hack and why they do it
  • Five Reasons NOT to Run a Bug Bounty Program Recorded: Aug 17 2016 27 mins
    Adam Bacchus, Chief Bounty Officer, HackerOne
    Thinking of starting a bug bounty program, but have some concerns about it? HackerOne's Chief Bounty Officer Adam Bacchus will address five of the most commonly heard reasons organizations do NOT want to start a bug bounty program. He'll dispel some of the most common concerns holding your organization back from working with the world's best hackers to help you find bugs before the bad guys do, including:

    1. Who are these hackers?
    2. It’s a budgeting black hole!
    3. We don’t have bandwidth to start and run a bounty program!
    4. It’ll be a PR disaster!
    5. ...you’ll have to watch to find out!)
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