You should know this before you set up a bug bounty programme


They all do it: Apple, ABN AMRO, Tesla, Facebook, Google and Yahoo. They set up bug bounty programmes to track down vulnerabilities in their services using the knowledge of ethical hackers. If something is found, the company pays the hacker a fee.

Want to know if a programme like this is right for your business? Or do you want to know more about bug bounty programmes as an addition to your security policy?

In this white paper, you can read when it's a good idea to set up a bug bounty programme and what to expect once it is up and running. You'll also find a comprehensive checklist of what to do before going live with the programme.

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