We’re thrilled to introduce our new Head of Hackers, Soti Giannitsari! In her previous role as Head of Community at HackTheBox, Soti played a pivotal role in expanding one of the world’s largest Capture The Flag (CTF) communities, interacting with hackers on a daily basis. As she joins Intigriti, Soti will be instrumental in creating […]
We are beyond excited to announce that we are joining forces with TCM Security to educate the next generation of bug bounty talent! Over the past few months, we have collaborated on an interactive online course that covers everything one needs to know to get started in bug bounty, from understanding project brief to finding critical technical vulnerabilities in in-scope systems.
To celebrate this momentous occasion, newly registered Intigriti users will not only receive a discount code in their inbox for 10% off the first month of any TCM Security Academy plan, but also have the ability for platform users to upload their certificates for greater consideration for invite-only bounty programs. This and other great features will become available on October 4th as part of a larger platform release.
Today, we are launching the first ‘fast lane’ program that enables security researchers to monetize novel cybersecurity research prior to public disclosure. The initiative aims to effectively connect finders of emerging threats with affected organisations, allowing them to prepare and respond in a timely manner. This allows researchers to collect monetary ‘bug bounties’ for all participating companies, maximising their return on investment before releasing their work to the public. “Every year, one way or another, someone manages to break […]
1 in 3 cybersecurity vulnerabilities may never get dealt with Antwerp (Belgium), June 1st, 2021 – The advent of a no-touch, online society has seen countless organisations embracing the power of online business operations and a distributed workforce. But, with an increase in cybercriminal activity, it’s clear companies need a security strategy that doesn’t just work against hackers, but embraces […]
In our ‘meet the hacker’ series, we’re taking the time to talk with Intigriti community members that have an impressive track record, an unusual methodology or have made valuable contributions to the community. This time, we’re meeting up with Peter from Sweden, who goes by the handle p4fg, accompanied. by his ninja-spongebob avatar. Hi Peter! […]
Time is money, and certainly when it comes to bug bounty! Good tools can help you find bugs before others do – but only if you know how to properly use them. We will be reviewing some of our favourite open-source tools and providing you with some tips and tricks on how to use them. […]
Intigriti is proud to announce that Pascal Schulz, better known under his pseudonym ‘Hacksplained’ is joining the community team as hacker enablement manager . The Austria-based security researcher and educational content creator will focus on further growing the community team, enabling the power of the crowd through existing and new product lines, strengthening local partnerships, […]
Bug bounty programs are a great way to test the security of digital assets continuously. However, if most of the reports are low-quality or invalid, the system can quickly become a burden on your team. In this article, we provide tips on how to improve the value of your bug bounty reports. Before launching a […]
At intigriti we are firm believers in the power of teamwork. Our community is growing rapidly, as is the amount of programs and awarded bounties. A good time to kick off a cool new set of features that has been on your (and our) wishlist for a while now. We are really thrilled to announce […]
Today it was announced that Intigriti has won the Rising Star award. The Rising Star 2020 by Deloitte ranks the fastest-growing tech companies in Belgium, based on their level of innovation, growth potential and scalability. The Rising Star is the award for the most promising young tech start-ups in Belgium and part of the Deloitte […]