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Election tech vendors say they're securing their systems. Does anyone believe them?
Election tech companies are telling the world they are fixing their cybersecurity issues. Will the changes they make satisfy everyone ahead of 2020?
Why bug bounty programs have always been about the evolution of penetration testing
Bugcrowd founder and CTO Casey Ellis talks with Greg Otto about why bug bounty companies have always been about pen testing, and what Bugcrowd is doing to bridge the communication gap between researchers and companies.
Why bug bounty firms want to be penetration testing companies
The bug bounty workforce isn't a large one -- so bug bounty companies are pivoting to a different model.
IBM interns find 19 vulnerabilities in corporate check-in systems
Two university students who work for IBM’s red-teaming unit have found 19 previously undisclosed flaws in the automated systems that companies use to check visitors into their facilities.
HackerOne thinks its freelance hackers can conduct penetration tests better than actual pentesting companies
The penetration testing market now sits at roughly $1 billion, according to CEO Marten Mickos, nearly ten times more than bug bounties.
Here’s how DHS prepared to keep hackers out of the Super Bowl
The 2019 Super Bowl is likely the biggest cybersecurity operation for CISA since it got rebranded in November.