⏰ Join us on March 17
Telenor Group is a leading telecommunications company across the Nordics and Asia. Cybersecurity has become a vital part of their business, as advanced threat actors are increasingly aiming to steal information, modify customer data or make the company’s services unavailable. To address these threats, Telenor has turned to crowdsourced security, among other initiatives, to continuously enhance capabilities and establish preventive controls.
We invited Telenor for a webinar, so they can share their experience and best tips on how to get the most out of the ethical hackers community!
- Telenor’s bug bounty journey – the early days, how they scaled up and the outcomes achieved.
- The clear benefits of having more than 35,000 global cybersecurity researchers checking for vulnerabilities.
- Why Telenor sees bug bounty as one of the most important processes in enabling proactive cybersecurity.
Don’t miss the opportunity to get information from your security counterparts!
Following this exclusive 45min webinar, a 15min Q&A session will help answer any questions you may have about launching a bug bounty program.
Who we are 👇
YesWeHack is a Global Bug Bounty and VDP Platform. Founded in 2015, we offer an innovative approach to cybersecurity with Bug Bounty (pay-per-vulnerability discovered). We connect organisations with tens of thousands ethical hackers from 170 countries to secure their exposed scopes and reporting vulnerabilities in their websites, mobile apps, infrastructure and connected devices. YesWeHack runs private and public programs in compliance with the strictest European regulations.
In addition to the Bug Bounty platform, YesWeHack also offers support in creating a Vulnerability Disclosure Policy (VDP), a learning platform for ethical hackers called Dojo and a training platform for educational institutions, YesWeHackEDU.
Date(s): 17/03/2022 | 10:00 am - 11:00 am