July 2021 Community Call

When
July 7th, 2021 11:00am

Who
Ben Willis, Principal Security Engineer, HackerOne

What
Hacker-Powered Data: The Most Common Security Weaknesses and How to Avoid Them

Description

Vulnerabilities are a fact of life. Today, technology companies, financial institutions and even governments are embracing collaborating with hackers to find vulnerabilities before cyber criminals have a chance to exploit the same bugs for nefarious purposes. In this session, HackerOne will examine the world of hackers, with specific attention to those who hack financial services organizations, and share real-world insights into how to improve relationships with them. Attendees will discover common weaknesses that they won’t find on the OWASP top ten, how attackers could exploit these prevalent vulnerabilities, and the reason for some rising and falling in popularity. Whether you run an active bug bounty program or if your security email address is routed to /dev/null, this session will help attendees shed blind dogma and walk away armed with an analytical approach towards building an effective vulnerability disclosure program that turns security teams into enablement teams.