Ethical hacking stories
Ethical hacking in Aotearoa: How can it benefit cybersecurity in NZ?
Negative connotations have traditionally been applied to the term 'hacking'. But with cyber-threats ramping up, things are changing fast — and CISOs can't afford to keep the status quo.
HackerOne unveils sweeping product expansion, including vulnerability ranking table
“We’re looking forward to seeing how customers use the valuable data provided by our hackers to inform security programs within their organisations.”
$10 million bug bounty fund for projects building on Binance Smart Chain
Binance Smart Chain has launched Priority ONE, a $10 million bug bounty fund for projects building on top of BSC.
The business case for an in-house ethical hacker
Ethical hackers, also known as penetration testers or white-hat hackers, mimic the techniques used by malicious hackers to try and break into computer systems and discover vulnerabilities before the bad guys can exploit them.