Webinar: Safe Harbor for Hackers

Register Now to Join the Movement!

The Internet has an Auto-Immune Problem! Members of the InfoSec industry need to lead the way in providing a global environment that encourages responsible security research to protect both the ethical hackers and the organizations that need their help, all while making it an industry standard. Is that even possible? We think so!! Join Casey Ellis, Founder & CTO and Chloé Messdaghi, Security Researcher Advocate of Bugcrowd to find out how in this FREE EH-Net Live! webinar on Wed April 24, 2019 at 1:00 PM US Eastern. Join us live to receive certificates for easy submission of CPEs!

Agenda for “Safe Harbor for Hackers”:

Note: Subject to Change
  • Intro by Don Donzal, EH-Net Editor-in-Chief
  • Preso by Casey & Chloe of Bugcrowd
    • Bios
    • A Brief History of the Hacking Universe
    • Ethical Hacking – Huh?
    • Fields of Ethical Hacking
    • Pentester vs Security Researcher
    • VDP & VHP
    • An Organization’s Responsibility
    • Bringing It All Together
    • It Takes a Community… And an Industry Standard!
  • Q&A
  • Post Game on EH-Net

Although this is a free event, registration is required. Capacity is limited so join early. Our virtual doors to the webinar open 30 minutes before the scheduled start time. Feel free to invite your friends and colleagues that might also be interested in learning AI for hackers.

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EH-Net Live! April 2019 – Guest Bios

Casey Ellis – Chairman, Founder, and CTO
He is a 20 year veteran of information security, servicing clients ranging from startups to multinational corporations as a pentester, security, and risk consultant and solutions architect, then most recently as a career entrepreneur. Casey pioneered the Bug Bounty as a Service model, launching the first programs on Bugcrowd in 2012. He is happy as long as he’s got a problem to solve, an opportunity (Read more...)

*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from The Ethical Hacker Network authored by Don Donzal. Read the original post at: