Bug bounty vs penetration testing: The costs, scope, and methodologies 
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by Anna Hammond
1w ago
As cyber threats evolve, organizations must proactively detect and address security vulnerabilities before malicious actors can exploit them. This ongoing battle against potential breaches is vital for safeguarding information and protecting a company’s reputation and operational continuity.  Two prominent methods to uncover and remedy vulnerabilities are bug bounty programs and penetration testing, also known as […] The post Bug bounty vs penetration testing: The costs, scope, and methodologies  appeared first on Intigriti ..read more
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Cybersecurity: Why ROI isn’t always a meaningful metric
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by Anna Hammond
2w ago
Cybersecurity investments are crucial for businesses of all sizes, but determining the return on investment (ROI) of these investments can be complex. Conventional ROI methodologies often fail to encompass the complete value of cybersecurity measures, resulting in a distorted view of their efficacy. Are you seeking an effective way to communicate the significance of cybersecurity […] The post Cybersecurity: Why ROI isn’t always a meaningful metric appeared first on Intigriti ..read more
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Five easy ways to hack GraphQL targets
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by Intigriti
2w ago
GraphQL is a widely used query language that provides developers with the ability to query data easily. Unlike via a REST API, developers can send a schema in a single HTTP request and retrieve back all the necessary data. It’s an awesome query language that can help simplify several aspects during the development of web […] The post Five easy ways to hack GraphQL targets appeared first on Intigriti ..read more
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The critical role of vulnerability disclosure policies (VDP) in cybersecurity 
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by Anna Hammond
3w ago
Cybercrime is projected to cost global enterprises a staggering $10.5 trillion annually by 2025, meaning the importance of robust cybersecurity measures cannot be overstated. To enhance organizational security postures, having a vulnerability disclosure policy (VDP) in place is fundamental.  In this blog, we’ll further explore the role of VDPs in cybersecurity, their significance, and the […] The post The critical role of vulnerability disclosure policies (VDP) in cybersecurity  appeared first on Intigriti ..read more
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Triage: The not-so-secret hack to impactful bug bounty programs 
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by Anna Hammond
1M ago
At the core of every thriving bug bounty platform lies its triage team. These teams evaluate vulnerability reports, deciding on escalation and prioritization. Moreover, they ensure all the vital information reaches the relevant people promptly. Think about the operator you’d speak to when calling emergency services—it’s an essential role yet often sits quietly behind the […] The post Triage: The not-so-secret hack to impactful bug bounty programs  appeared first on Intigriti ..read more
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Innovation through collaboration: the mutual benefits of bug bounty programs  
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by Anna Hammond
1M ago
Bug bounty programs are a pivotal tool in the cybersecurity landscape, offering a win-win situation for organizations looking to boost their security posture. But they also provide a vital source of income for many infosec professionals around the globe.   In this blog post, we’ll highlight how bug bounty initiatives benefit organizations while also empowering ethical […] The post Innovation through collaboration: the mutual benefits of bug bounty programs   appeared first on Intigriti ..read more
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Service-level agreements in cybersecurity: Everything you need to know  
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by Anna Hammond
1M ago
To stay on top of relevant and emerging threats, CISOs must adjust and refine their cybersecurity strategies to address the rising challenge of attack surface expansion. As a result, organizations increasingly use service-level agreements (SLAs) to ensure their security providers meet their needs and expectations.   SLAs are contracts that outline the services, metrics, and responsibilities […] The post Service-level agreements in cybersecurity: Everything you need to know   appeared first on Intigriti ..read more
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The truth about ethical hackers: Are they trustworthy?  
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by Anna Hammond
1M ago
To outmanoeuvre cybercriminals, the key is to beat them to the punch by working with ethical hackers. However, a question often arises: Can we trust ethical hackers? Especially when we don’t know them personally?   Through platforms such as Intigriti, the short answer is yes, you can trust these individuals. However, the word ‘hacker’ carries a […] The post The truth about ethical hackers: Are they trustworthy?   appeared first on Intigriti ..read more
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Introducing Misconfig Mapper
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by intigriti
1M ago
In case you missed it on our Twitter channel, we’ve recently launched Misconfigurations Mapper (or MisconfigMapper for short)! Misconfig Mapper is a new project designed by Intigriti Hackers Team to help you find security misconfigurations in popular services used at your bug bounty/penetration testing targets (such as Atlassian, Jenkins, etc.).Additionally it can help you find […] The post Introducing Misconfig Mapper appeared first on Intigriti ..read more
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Unveiling the 5 hidden costs of a cyberattack 
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by Georgie Walsh
2M ago
Recent years have witnessed a dramatic surge in cyberattacks, with both the frequency and sophistication of attacks reaching unprecedented levels. Cybercrime is anticipated to cost companies all over the globe an estimated $10.5 trillion annually by 2025, and IoT attacks alone are expected to double by then too.   While the immediate (typically financial) impacts of a cyberattack […] The post Unveiling the 5 hidden costs of a cyberattack  appeared first on Intigriti ..read more
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