Ethical hacking & bug bounty hunting | Cybersecurity Sessions #11 with Jessica Haworth
Cyber-criminals are relentless, and the number of attacks is growing. Businesses are increasingly turning to ethical hackers to find bugs and exploits before attackers do, offering financial incentives for their efforts.
As a security researcher, our host Cyril Noel-Tagoe is always on the hunt for new vulnerabilities. He’s joined for this episode by ethical hacking enthusiast and Daily Swig reporter Jessica Haworth, who has a finger firmly on the pulse of the latest bug bounty programs and developments.
Jessica Haworth, Cybersecurity Reporter at The Daily Swig
Jessica Haworth focuses on technical research papers, bug bounty news, and hacker community stories. Her interest also includes writing about new exploits and covering the ethical side of hacking. Jessica has over 10 years’ experience working in journalism. Before she covered cybersecurity she was at the Mirror and Daily Star on Sunday where she covered breaking news, crime and foreign correspondence.
✔ Ethical vs non-ethical hacking: Why join the good guys?
✔ The benefits for businesses enlisting bug bounty hunters to hack them
✔ Mitigating the risks when inviting bug bounty hunters to hack your site
✔ How to get into ethical hacking and where to find the best bug bounty programs
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