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Organizations of various sizes have been putting together and hosting bug bounties over the years. Some of these are very popular - participants look forward to the event on their calendars. Others, not so much.
The “hit or miss” nature of these events are sometimes a deterrent for any new business thinking about hosting a bug bounty. And yet, it is somewhat easy to plan for success - using playbook-like approaches and strong ownership of the process.
Rootconf invited showrunners of some of the most successful bug bounties to share insights, secrets and tips which will help any business to get started with this approach. Blending talks, how-to’s and panel discussions - this is the one stop shop for how to “get started with bug bounties” that you were looking forward to.
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About the editorial team #
This knowledge repository (blog posts and videos) and conference have been curated by Anant Shrivastava - information security consultant; Shrutirupa Banerjiee, senior security researcher at Quick Heal and Editorial Assistant at Rootconf; and Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay, editor at Hasgeek.
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- InfoSec engineers
- Appsec engineers
- DevSecOps teams
- Security engineers
- Engineering managers
- Engineering leadership in organizations
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