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How To Write A Good Report

Writing a good report is as important as finding the vulnerabilities. Providing an unclear proof of concept can slow down the process of triaging your submission. So in this article we will give you some tips on how to increase the chance of your report getting accepted. General rules The submission Title In contrast to […]

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The Hacking Policy Council has launched, with Intigriti a founding member

Intigriti becomes founding member and sole EU representative for the Hacking Policy Council

ANTWERP, BELGIUM. APRIL 13, 2023 – Intigriti, a leading cybersecurity platform, is proud to announce its participation as the sole EU representative and founding member of the newly-launched Hacking Policy Council. Alongside organizations including Google, Intel, and Luta Security, this DC-based think tank aims to create a favorable legal, policy, and business environment for ethical […]

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How Intigriti keeps your data safe with application-level encryption 

Our application-level encryption process is unmatched by any other bug bounty platform.  At Intigriti, we know how important it is for our customers to keep their data safe. After all, bug bounty and crowdsourced security platforms handle a wealth of sensitive information, including vulnerability submissions, researcher communications, and financial data.  However, it’s not only our […]

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Intigriti in the news: Belgium’s new ethical hacker framework receives global press attention 

New Belgian legislation increases protections for the ethical hacker community as they go about their work testing systems for flaws.  It’s been a busy period regarding cybersecurity legislation and news. Across the globe, we’re seeing governments provide increased protections for ethical hacking – particularly in Intigriti’s home country of Belgium, with the new safe harbor framework […]

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Bug bounty and the EU Cyber Resilience Act – everything you need to know

The EU Cyber Resilience Act aims to protect Europe from increasingly sophisticated cyber-threats. The first quarter of 2023 has seen significant cybersecurity legislation coming out of the European Union (EU).  In early February, we reported on the adoption of the NIS2 Directive – a major EU cybersecurity initiative – and today we’ll focus on another […]

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FT 1000: Intigriti named in the Financial Times’ top 500 fastest-growing European companies list

 Intigriti was one of seven Belgian companies to feature in the FT 1000 List of Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies.  Intigriti, the Belgium-based bug bounty and crowdsourced cybersecurity business, is pleased to announce it features in the Financial Times FT 1000 List of Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies.  The last few years have not been kind to […]

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HR software giant Personio takes its bug bounty program to the next level

Arnau Estebanell, senior application security engineer at Personio, discusses the important role bug bounties can play in the security of SaaS businesses. Personio is a European tech company that develops software to simplify HR management processes. Following a successful invite-only bug bounty that launched last year with Intigriti, the company has taken the next step […]

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Guaranteeing cybersecurity is never child’s play, even for a large toy retailer

2020 saw four years of eCommerce growth in a single quarter, according to Colliers, as nearly 150 million people shopped online for the first time. That’s a staggering increase, and growth is predicted to continue at least through to the end of this decade. This rapid growth means eCommerce infrastructure is expanding rapidly too, bringing […]

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Safe harbor legal framework for ethical hacker officially launches in Belgium 

As part of the Belgian Act on the Protection of Whistleblowers, dispositions were adopted to offer a safe harbor for ethical hackers who respect certain strict conditions.  Some positive developments impacting Belgium’s cybersecurity industry came into effect today (February 15), with newly adopted legal dispositions serving to protect ethical hackers and bug bounty hunters.  Much like […]

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