When: July 9th, 2020 @ 16:00 GMT +0
Who: Jon Bottarini, Senior Security Solutions Engineer at Hackerone
"How Hacker-Powered Security can take your Organization to the Next Level"
Vulnerability Disclosure Best Practices From the Hacker Frontlines
How does your organization handle hackers reaching out attempting to disclose security vulnerabilities? Are you ready to talk to researchers and spot vulnerability disclosure? Today, poorly handled disclosures can cause the same reputational damage as a public security incident. The vulnerability reports are coming. Ready or not. Are you prepared? This talk will delve into the unique challenges vehicle manufacturers and OEMs are facing, analyze what hackers are actually finding in their systems, and showcase success stories from auto industry giants. Whether you run an active bug bounty program or if your security@ email address funnels emails into a black hole, attendees will come away armed with the resources, tactics, data, and examples to work with external researchers and prevent their organization from becoming the next breach headline.
About the Presenter:
Jon Bottarini is a Senior Security Solutions Engineer at HackerOne — the #1 hacker-powered pentest and bug bounty platform. His primary focus is on empowering government agencies and organizations to run successful bug bounty programs. Jon works with some of the best and brightest people from companies and government organizations all around the world to help make the internet more secure. Jon is also a security researcher and ethical hacker who has reported security vulnerabilities to organizations like Google, Apple, Microsoft, Yahoo!, the U.S. Department of Defense, and many others. Jon earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Science and Technology from the University of Arizona.https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonbottarini/