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Enterprises are putting greater stock in cybersecurity, but outdated “security by obscurity” is still prevailing as companies wrestle with security awareness and shy away from bug-bounty programs. That’s according to new survey data from HackerOne, which found that a full 65 percent of organizations surveyed claimed that they “want to be seen as infallible.” However, […]

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Penetration testing, or ethical hacking, is an in-demand skill for testing an organization’s defenses. Here’s what it entails and tips for breaking into the role.

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HackerOne has put $100 million up for grabs in bug bounty rewards for “ethical hackers” over the next two years, the bug bounty platform said in a press release announcing the results of its 2018 Hacker Report.

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