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Download ESG Research Insights Report, Security Leadership Study -- Trends in Application Security and learn:
- Challenges with current application security testing methods
- Crowdsourced security adoption and benefits
- Security leadership application security priorities
- DevSecOps adoption with the enterprise
The 2019 Inside the Mind of a Hacker Report highlights the makeup of the white-hat community to gain insight and understanding into who they are, what they like to do, their experiences, skill sets, as well as what motivates them.
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Join Bugcrowd CSO David Baker and ESG Senior Analyst and Group Director Doug Cahill on Thursday, April 18 at 10am PT / 1 pm ET for a discussion on the key findings of the ESG Research Insights Report, Security Leadership Study - Trends in Application Security.
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Cybersecurity only works if you actually implement it – otherwise, it’s like having a state-of-the art alarm system on your house but then leaving the bedroom window open for fresh air. Unfortunately, the weakest link in the security chain comes down to the end users.
Enterprise-sponsored bug bounties continue to grow in popularity. With that growth have come debates about the best ways to manage the risks involved with paying unknown researchers and hackers to find vulnerabilities.