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Using bug bounty programs to tackle cryptocurrency security challenges 

With cryptocurrency becoming a more regular investment, holders must take steps to protect their investments. One organisation that helps crypto holders do this is Safe Haven through its digital inheritance solution, Inheriti.  In this blog post, Intigriti sits down with Safe Haven’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and CEO, Jürgen Schouppe, to discuss cryptocurrency security challenges, as well as […]

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How The European Commission Helped Secure Open Source Software Communities

“Bug bounty platforms align very well with open source software because what you have is a community of ethical hackers helping another community. It is collaboration at the highest level.” – Miguel Díez Blanco, Project Lead Open Source Programme Office, at DIGIT – European Commission. About the European Commission’s Directorate General for Informatics (DG DIGIT)  The Directorate-General for Informatics (DIGIT) is the department responsible for […]

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What Telenet, UZ Leuven and an ethical hacker say about Intigriti’s ethical hacking and bug bounty platform.

Unfortunately, or fortunately, the researchers already found a couple of things. For me, that proves working with an ethical hacking platform is an important part of our security process, and we’ll keep working with ethical hackers in the future.” – Reinoud Reynders, IT-Manager Infrastructure and Operations, UZ Leuven About Telenet: Telenet, a provider of media, […]

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Brussels Airlines leverages the power of Bug Bounty through Intigriti platform to discover critical vulnerability not detected by pentests.

Client testimonial: Brussels Airlines Brussels Airlines is a member of the Lufthansa Group. The airline daily operates some 300 flights to over 100 European and…

Continue reading → Brussels Airlines leverages the power of Bug Bounty through intigriti platform to discover critical vulnerability not detected by pentests.

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MuuseLabs protects children’s IoT devices through Intigriti’s ethical hacking platform

As an Internet of Things (IoT) start-up that sells children’s devices online, MuuseLabs needed to ensure it had a bulletproof cybersecurity strategy. Being a small team, MuuseLabs couldn’t run their own security program as well as carrying out business-as-usual activities. To get the support they needed, the start-up hired Intigriti to help.  “The biggest change is that we have moved from doing regular security reviews to continuous […]

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Kinepolis Improves IT Security through a Global Network of Ethical Hackers

The leading international cinema company connects with security researchers from all over the world on Intigriti’s ethical hacking platform. Why? To protect customer data and improve the security of their systems. Kinepolis had great partnerships in place for traditional security testing procedures but they decided to take it one step further. “Having access to Intigriti’s […]

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