A Mutation Event

The last time I was fortunate enough to present at a conference was a year ago at SOURCE Seattle. So it feels good to have had the chance to return in 2016 and present on a new topic of crowdsourced security.bug

The title was Evolving a Bug Bounty Program and, accordingly, it embraced a theme of descent with modification. In this case, building feedback loops and iterative processes based on various signals (and noise!) from of a bug bounty program.

You can hear a preview of some of the ideas in the Brakeing Security podcast that covered the conference. Enjoy!

Published by Mike Shema

Mike works with product security and DevSecOps teams to build safer applications. He also writes about information security, with an infusion of references to music (80s), sci-fi (apocalyptic), and horror (spooky) to keep the topics entertaining. He hosts the Application Security Weekly podcast.

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