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Considerations for running an internal bug bounty program

Considerations for running an internal bug bounty program

Internal bug bounty programs only invite employees of the company to participate. Although, sometimes, companies will leverage their internal teams and external security researchers to maximize the skills base doing the testing.  As somebody who successfully set up an internal bug bounty program for a former employer, I’ve already given my take on the benefits […]

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How to prepare your internal team for launching a bug bounty program

Bug bounty programs are an excellent way for organizations to find and resolve cybersecurity vulnerabilities. However, to maximize success, it’s important to include this essential pre-step: the need to prepare internal teams when launching a bug bounty program launch. To help guide you through the process, this article covers all the steps in getting your […]

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Security is a continuous process. Here’s why your testing process should be too

“Continuous security testing” has recently achieved a top ten spot in the cybersecurity lexicon. At first glance, it appears self-explanatory and very sensible—something like, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”, right? Well, yes. But what exactly is continuous security testing? How is it different from other cybersecurity approaches, such as penetration tests (pen […]

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What is a bug bounty platform? And what are the alternatives? 

Organizations run bug bounty programs as a way to identify and fix vulnerabilities within their systems, assets, and applications. They work by giving ethical hackers permission to test for vulnerabilities and provide a report of what they discover in an effort to reduce their attack surface. Alternative security testing methods include penetration tests and vulnerability […]

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4 ways Intigriti empowers its security researcher community to thrive

Building a strong ecosystem is key to optimizing the collective benefit for both Intigriti clients and researchers. By creating more value for one entity, it provides opportunities and brings stability to the other. At Intigriti, for example, we support the community to become better hackers, and in turn, enable them to deliver more high-quality reports […]

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Empower your security team to build stronger defenses against cybercriminals [Interview]

This interview originally appeared in Cybernews in April 2022. Trusting your cybersecurity team to identify vulnerabilities in your company’s security systems is vital. However, you’ll likely sleep better at night by getting a second look from an outsider.  Such is the work that bug bounty hunters (ethical hackers) do. These specialists try to hack into […]

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Here’s how running an internal bug bounty program can boost your company’s security posture

What does “internal” stand for in the context of an “internal bug bounty program’? Bug bounty programs are usually directed at security researchers who have an account with a bug bounty platform, such as Intigriti. However, there is also an option to include the employees working for the company that runs the program. As Hacker […]

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