Utilizing Hackers to Mitigate Risks

Presented by

Yasmin Hayden, HackerOne | Steve Cobb, One Source Communications | Bob Jamieson, CSM International

About this talk

According to the 2021 Hacker Report by HackerOne, there has been a 63% increase in the number of hackers submitting vulnerabilities over the last 12 months. In fact, 34% noted that they have seen more bugs due to pandemic-led digital transformation. Evidently, the attack surface has evolved and increased over the last 12 months in response to organizational change. But what kinds of solutions are available to help face this new wave of threat, and how can leaders target and reduce these risks internally? Hackers help security teams scale testing across attack surfaces. They provide valuable insight, and specifically, the perspective of an outsider to make sure that your systems and products are secure and well designed. In the last year, it took an average of 16 days for a hacker to report their first bug from joining the platform. Ultimately, hackers provide a human perspective - and the ability to protect your organization from future attacks before they even become a problem. Join expert thought leaders in this session to learn: - How security teams can manage their workload even as new breaches and risks appear - Why organizations should consider a hacker-powered pentest to mitigate risks and secure governance - How hackers can enhance an organization's security capabilities and improve internal security functions Speakers: - Yasmin Hayden, Account Executive, Mid-Market EMEA at HackerOne - Steve Cobb, CISO at One Source Communications - Bob Jamieson, Chief Digital Risk and Security Officer at CSM International

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