Bug bounty programs have been around since the 1990s, but it’s only in recent years they’ve gained recognition with high profile companies like Google, Facebook, and Microsoft offering lucrative rewards to researchers or hackers who find and report bugs, exploits, and vulnerabilities.
InVision launched our first managed bug bounty program with Bugcrowd in November 2016, and now we’re teaming up with Bugcrowd’s SVP of Marketing, Paul Ross, to discuss why these programs are critical to any organization’s security program.
There are many reasons you might not have a bug bounty program today, including fear of exposure, the cost, or the belief you can handle this on your own. We had the same reservations.
Join our very own VP of Information Security, Johnathan Hunt, as he outlines:
- How he changed his mind about bug bounties
- Why you’re missing vulnerabilities without a bug bounty
- How Bugcrowd finds a P1 bug every 27 hours
We will be answering your questions live on Wednesday, January 25th at 12:00PM Central Time.