It could be a scene from almost any city start-up office on a Friday afternoon, except the workers here have been flown in from five continents, and will eat tonight at Sydney’s most expensive restaurants before wandering back to their beds at the five star Westin hotel over the road.
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Though enterprises were once tentative about using so-called bug bounty programs to detect vulnerabilities, researchers are proving to be effective and trustworthy partners in assessing security risks.
Handling a software flaw can be messy, both for a security researcher who found it and for the company it affects. But a new set of guidelines aims to make that interaction less mysterious and confrontational.
Bugcrowd, the firm that offers a bug-bounty service program that brings together companies willing to pay to hear about serious software vulnerabilities and the security researchers that can find them, says it's offering a new pricing model.
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