Presented at OWASP AppSecUSA 2011
It's all about scale; how can an organization possibly keep up with a growing number of web applications, features, and supported capabilities with a limited security team? One option that has provided successful results for several companies is a bug bounty program. These programs successfully engage the world community and bring many eyes towards the common good.
This talk will discuss the benefits and risks of a bounty program for web applications. What types of organizations consider starting a bounty? How would an organization start such a program and what should they expect? Is the return worth the effort? How does such a program compete with the black market?
In addition to these topics, we will also discuss the progress, metrics and lessons learned from the Mozilla web application bounty that was launched in December 2010.
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