Security testing reimagined
Intigriti’s Hybrid Pentest solution brings a new approach to bug bounty and security testing. Supersede traditional penetration testing, secure your assets, and be ready to counter modern-day threats by harnessing the full power of the crowd.
A community of ethical hackers who think like attackers
Malicious hackers don’t always follow a predefined security methodology like penetration testers, and automated tools only scratch the surface. Connect with the brightest cybersecurity researchers on earth and outmaneuver cybercriminals by staying on top of the evolving threat landscape.
Agile, continuous security testing
A standard penetration test is time-boxed and relevant only to a single moment in time. Kickstart your bug bounty program and protect your assets 24/7, seven days a week.
Cost-effective and simple
Launch your program in just a few clicks with the help of our customer success team. We ensure you only provide a bug bounty reward for unique and previously unknown security vulnerabilities. Every incoming submission is validated by our expert triage team before it reaches your inbox.
How do leading companies work with Intigriti?
We work with teams of every size, shape, and industry to secure their digital assets, protect confidential information and customer data, and strengthen their responsible disclosure process.
We will keep extending our bug bounty program with new applications that we add to our platform.
Bug bounty platforms align well with open source software. It is collaboration at the highest level.
Miguel Díez Blanco
I can use the creativity of thousands of ethical hackers’ minds through Intigriti.
A company where you can flourish
Over the years, we’ve built a diverse team of talent with shared values and behaviors.
Honesty, fairness, transparency
Establishing trust and ethics is key to us achieving our common goals. We maintain an honest and transparent culture while respecting the dignity and diversity of our colleagues, customers, and partners.
Aim high and generate excitement
We want to attract people who strive for excellence. We embrace a culture of innovation, creativity, and proactivity. No idea is too big or too small.
Act with empathy and integrity
We honor and value our colleagues’ abilities, qualities, and differences. We earn respect by giving respect.
We know our worth but are never arrogant
We’re humble but not submissive. We protect the quality of our business and community while remaining flexible and open-minded.
Collaborate as individuals, work as a team
We empower our employees to inspire those around them and strive for an open and transparent culture where all ideas are heard.
Accountability, reliability, dependability
Mistakes happen – we learn from them and move forward. Work ownership empowers us to take accountability, collaborate to meet shared goals, and consider how our work impacts that of our co-workers.
Ethical hacking and bug bounty explained
Download our eBook today to learn more about ethical hacking and how crowdsourced security can benefit companies of all sizes and industries in today’s digital environment.
Bug Bytes #191 – Heaps of Bugs
January 25, 2023
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WEF Global Risks Report 2023: What does it mean for cybersecurity?
January 24, 2023
Cybersecurity threats feature prominently in the WEF Global Risks Report 2023 Once a year, the World Economic Forum (WEF) released its analysis of the biggest risks facing the world today. Consulting a host of both private and public bodies, this annual report looks at global risks over three timeframes. The first looks at the current […]
New Belgian legal framework gives safe harbor to ethical hackers and bug bounty hunters
January 19, 2023
A safe harbor under certain conditions has been created in Belgium for cybersecurity researchers who report vulnerabilities to the Belgian national CSIRT and relevant system owners. Some positive developments impacting Belgium’s cybersecurity industry will come into effect next month after the country approved legal dispositions protecting ethical hackers and bug bounty hunters. As part of […]