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BrightNight

The increasingly popular strategy for
managing cybersecurity risk
logo intigriti landscape

Thursday October 6th | 6 PM
Satenrozen 10, Kontich

 

About the topic

The term “ethical hacking” has been increasingly gaining popularity and room in the strategy of organizations worldwide. But what does it mean exactly? In this interactive session, Stijn Jans will demonstrate how working with ethical hackers (security researchers) is a simple yet proven method to protect against cyber threats. The Founder and CEO of Intigriti, an ethical hacking and bug bounty platform, will also demonstrate how thin the line between criminal and lawful can be and what you can do to reduce the grey zone. Join Stijn’s BrightNight for insights to help your company start with ethical hacking and bug bounty programs. You’ll learn:

→ How can companies leverage the power of ethical hacker communities to keep data and assets safe from cybercrime?
→ What bug bounty programs are and why are they different from penetration tests and traditional vulnerability disclosure?
→ Emerging trends from Intigriti’s Ethical Hacker Insights Report 2022

About Stijn

Stijn Jans is the Founder and CEO of Intigriti, an award-winning platform for bug bounty and ethical hacking. Through Intigriti, Stijn helps organisations of all sizes and verticals conquer the limitations of traditional security testing. Prior to Intigriti’s launch in 2016, Stijn was the Founder and CEO of a penetration testing consultancy called Security Factory. Most recently, Stijn was nominated for Computable Belgium’s IT Person of the Year 2021.

About Intigriti

Intigriti enables clients to launch managed security testing at scale and accurately assess risk to better prioritize remediation. Through the platform, organizations can embrace the collective knowledge of 50,000+ researchers. On average, clients receive 53 vulnerability reports within one week of launching a bug bounty program through our platform.

BrightNight

The increasingly popular strategy for
managing cybersecurity risk

logo intigriti landscape

Thursday October 6th | 6 PM
Satenrozen 10, Kontich

The term “ethical hacking” has been increasingly gaining popularity and room in the strategy of organizations worldwide. But what does it mean exactly? In this interactive session, Stijn Jans will demonstrate how working with ethical hackers (security researchers) is a simple yet proven method to protect against cyber threats. The Founder and CEO of Intigriti, an ethical hacking and bug bounty platform, will also demonstrate how thin the line between criminal and lawful can be and what you can do to reduce the grey zone. Join Stijn’s BrightNight for insights to help your company start with ethical hacking and bug bounty programs. You’ll learn:

→ How can companies leverage the power of ethical hacker communities to keep data and assets safe from cybercrime?
→ What bug bounty programs are and why are they different from penetration tests and traditional vulnerability disclosure?
→ Emerging trends from Intigriti’s Ethical Hacker Insights Report 2022

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