If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu: the case for bug bounties

As fear around cyberattacks grows, so-called ‘bug bounties’ offer firms an opportunity to buy information on security vulnerabilities in their systems before they become public or fall into the hands of bad actors. In future, these transactions will be moderated by trusted intermediaries; until then, firms should carefully weigh up their pros and cons.

Cyber attack
Cash for answers

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