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Cybersecurity Seminar Series: Running a Bug Bounty Program

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Webster University Irvine Campus

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Join OWASP and NCC Group's David Nichols for "Running a Bug Bounty Program"

Bug bounty programs have been implemented by many organizations in order to allow developers/hackers to discover and report security bugs before the public is aware of them and receive a reward/bounty.

This seminar briefly explores the history of responsible disclosure and bug bounties before diving into how bug bounties are run badly -- and how they can be run better.

From improving signal noise ratios and communication, to payouts and public disclosure, we will explore how to better run a bug bounty program from start to finish.



Presented by David Nichols. David is a regional director and founder of the bug bounty services practice at NCC Group, a leading global information assurance firm which helps enable bug bounty and vulnerability reporting programs across industries. He and his team have many years of experience running global bug bounty programs. David was previously a security consultant at iSEC Partners, performing penetration tests against web applications and web services.



The Cybersecurity Seminar Series is a partnership of OWASP, ISACA, ISSA, and IEEE Cybersecurity SIG with Webster Irvine. Links available at Cybersecurity Seminar Series Eventbrite page.





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