Recorded July 14, 2020
Vulnerabilities within software have become an existential threat to organizations—and the economics around software vulnerabilities shape the behaviors of not just developers, maintainers, and security teams, but the attackers themselves. This is why learning how to defend against attacks needs to be a priority.
On July 30 at 1 pm PT, we will discuss the economics behind software vulnerabilities, starting by identifying the ways zero-day vulnerabilities can be monetized, different buyers and sellers in this space, and how pricing is determined. We’ll also share examples of best-practices from real-life events, and conclude with practical suggestions to drive down the number and price of vulnerabilities for any organization.
Chairman, Founder, and CTO, Bugcrowd
Head of GitHub Security Lab
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