[ad_1] Jessica Haworth 21 October 2021 at 15:00 UTC Updated: 21 October 2021 at 15:01 UTC Security researchers can sign up now A newly launched bug bounty platform in India is offering free training and access to exclusive programs for its top 100 ethical hackers. Cyber3ra, based in Nagpur, India, announced the launch of its
[ad_1] Paris and Lille, France – September 9, 2021 – Atos and Intigriti, the European leading platform for bug bounty and ethical hacking, announce their collaboration to release an end-to-end bug bounty offering for organisations. Bug bounty consists of using expert researchers and ethical hackers, selected according to a precise protocol, to search for vulnerabilities
[ad_1] Google has announced the launch of a new bug bounty platform that will make it easier for vulnerability hunters to submit issues. Available under bughunters.google.com, the platform brings together all of the tech giant’s vulnerability reward programmes (VRP) – Google, Android, Abuse, Chrome, and Play – with hunters able to submit issues using a single intake
[ad_1] HONG KONG, Aug 13 (Reuters) – Poly Network, the cryptocurrency platform which lost $610 million in a hack earlier this week, confirmed on Friday it had offered the hacker or hackers a $500,000 “bug bounty”. In a statement it thanked the hacker – who it dubbed a “white hat”, sector jargon for an ethical
[ad_1] Among the major impact of the Covid-19 pandemic is job loss, globally. Sure enough, new job opportunities were hard to find. While people were looking for easier, faster ways to make money, those who were busy and occupied in the pre-pandemic life also found the time to learn new skills and explore the internet.
[ad_1] The Ministry of Defence has become the first government department to pay “ethical hackers” to thwart cyber criminals. The department’s first bug bounty program saw 26 of the “hackers” invited to go under the bonnet of its networks for 30 days, in a bid to get ahead of bad actors and improve national security