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Cybersecurity
HackerOne launches Attack Resistance Management solution
HackerOne has launched Attack Resistance Management - a new category of security solution that targets the root causes of the attack resistance gap. 
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Cybersecurity
HackerOne unveils sweeping product expansion, including vulnerability ranking table
“We’re looking forward to seeing how customers use the valuable data provided by our hackers to inform security programs within their organisations.”
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Cybersecurity
ConnectWise launches bug bounty program to bolster cybersecurity strategy
“Crowdsourcing in this way represents a solid additional layer of security, and we clearly value the community's expertise and participation in helping us keep our products secure."
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Digital Transformation
HackerOne launches penetration testing to empower digital transformation
“In today’s agile environments, pentest platforms should seamlessly integrate with every aspect of the software development lifecycle so that findings are quickly pushed to the right developer and vulnerabilities are fixed faster."
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Cybersecurity
HackerOne hits $100M milestone with bug bounties
“We have arrived at the point in history where you are ignorant and negligent if you do not have a way to receive useful input from ethical hackers."
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Mobile Security
OPPO partners with bug bounty company HackerOne
With over 320 million monthly active users of OPPO’s ColorOS, and a rapidly expanding online presence, cybersecurity is top of mind for the mobile phone manufacturer.
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Bug Bounty
Japan’s LINE launches public bug bounty program with HackerOne
One of the biggest messenger apps in the world invites hackers to proactively report security vulnerabilities to enhance cybersecurity.
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Open source
Sonatype and HackerOne partner on open source vulnerability reporting
Without a standard for responsible disclosure, even those who want to disclose vulnerabilities responsibly can get frustrated with the process.
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Cloud
Uber updates bug bounty terms to stop extortion and unauthorised data collection
Any helpful hacker who participates in Uber’s bug bounty program must act in good faith or face legal action.