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This White Paper focuses on the benefits and the key recommendations for the implementation of a vulnerability disclosure policy (VDP) within each organisation. Creating vulnerability-free digital products and services is no small challenge. It is thus crucial to identify and correct vulnerabilities as fast as possible to prevent their mobilisation by malicious actors. YesWeHack, a global vulnerability management leader, works to encourage the broad adoption of VDPs, thus facilitating the emergence of collective cybersecurity responsibility.

This white paper draws on the experience of Europe’s leading vulnerability disclosure management player, YesWeHack. Our ambition is to contribute to the development of less vulnerable and safer cyberspace, driven by Europe. This resolution is all the more critical as the risk of cyberattacks, linked to the exploitation of vulnerabilities, will inevitably increase with digital transformation.

Five Reasons Why Bug Bounty Improves the Return on Security Investments.

While hackers are polishing their skills, organisations are accelerating digital transformation. Unfortunately, this makes companies more vulnerable to cyberattacks. Customer data, intellectual property, new product designs and brand equity have become new targets for information theft, directly impacting shareholder value and business performance. Meanwhile, the overnight move to remote-working in reaction to the pandemic has exposed organisations’ vulnerabilities. A secure digital environment is now foundational to organisations’ growth and in preparation for another crisis that may arise.

In this eBook, we will discuss some of the direct and indirect benefits of bug bounty programs which reduces security costs and free up valuable resources across the organisation.

Three Ways A Bug Bounty Program Enables Agile Transformation.

Agility is critical to respond to changing circumstances and consumer behaviour. For instance, the Covid-19 pandemic has overnight changed the way we work, learn and live. Most of the workforce worldwide continue to work remotely, broadening the attack surface and making security at scale a critical concern. A transformative cybersecurity approach is disrupting pentesting, just as Tesla, Uber, and others have disrupted their respective markets. It’s called bug bounty. 

In this eBook, we will discuss how organisations can enhance security processes in today’s dynamic, digital world and the role of bug bounty programs to improve agility within the organisation.