YesWeHack is delighted to be included in the 2018 Gartner Market Guide for Application Crowdtesting Services.
For the first time, Gartner references a European Bug Bounty platform. It is a landmark for us as we are the leading European platform, not only in terms of quantity of hunters, but also in terms of active public programs.
Guillaume Vassault-Houlière, YesWeHack CEO
According to Gartner: “By 2022, crowdsourced security testing platform products and services will be employed by over 50% of enterprises, up from less than 5% in 2018.” Based on that assumption, YesWeHack is the right company at the right place: the crowdsecurity market window is wide open and very promising indeed.
Once again, YesWeHack strengthens its growth and asserts its genuine European belonging by complying with European legal framework.
Bug Bounty by YesWeHack
Bounty Factory, YesWeHack’s first European Bug Bounty platform, provides a community of 5400+ cybersecurity researchers to organizations seeking to improve their global security.
A Bug Bounty program maximizes your return on investment by rewarding researchers on results only. It is an ideal complement to traditional IT security audits, which are, by nature, limited in time and without guarantees or performance requirements.
Through our Bounty Factory platform, you benefit from an extremely wide range of skills, since each one of the thousands of registered researchers brings its own methodology and technique – where a traditional audit never involves more than a few consultants.
Bug Bounty’s beneficiary organizations also improve their image by demonstrating their commitment to cybersecurity and customer data protection – as practiced by OVH and BlaBlaCar in France. As for researchers, they build their reputation as experts through the recognition they receive from our programs and their place in our rankings.
YesWeHack offers different Bug Bounty program modes: private (restricted community of researchers), public (extended community), internal (dedicated application), on site (especially for connected objects). The test perimeters include websites, mobile apps, infrastructure and IoT.