An introduction to crowdsourced security for businesses
Discover how to tap into ethical hacking communities to stay ahead of emerging cyber threats and bolster your security posture.
Money Talks: Optimize Your Security Testing Budget To Drive Maximum Value
Discover the secret to evolving your security testing through a bug bounty program, without blowing your budget.
Discover how Intigriti’s measures to secure the company, people, and infrastructure.
Intigriti’s triage services explained
Intigriti leverages its experienced team of security analysts to validate and prioritize every finding that is submitted to our platform.
The 5 Hidden Costs of a Hacking Incident
Discover five ways in which a hacking incident can impact your business and have lasting implications for a company’s bottom line, operations, and brand reputation.
Discover Intigriti's services like Bug Bounty, Capture (VDP), Hybrid Pentesting and Live Hacking Events.
An Overview Of Bug Bounty Programs For Businesses
Read more about bug bounty programs for businesses and how crowdsourced security helps organizations overcome cybersecurity challenges
5 steps to transitioning to Intigriti's platform
Transitioning to Intigriti's platform is a simple process with the help of your dedicated Onboarding Manager and Customer Success Manager.
We connect companies with ethical hackers, through our crowd-sourced security platform. Before reviewing our services and agreements, your legal, privacy, or procurement department may be interested to learn more about how we offer our services from a contractual perspective.
Bug bounty terms
Understanding crowdsourced security can be confusing with all the different terms and jargon associated with it. Here are some important definitions you’ll want to know before getting started.
Intigriti leverages its experienced team of security analysts to validate and prioritize every finding that is submitted to our platform. With our focus on quality over quantity, we promise an extremely competitive triage lifecycle.
Gain insights into the crucial role VDPs and Bug Bounty programs play in ensuring security at Microsoft. Microsoft runs a Bug Bounty program that pays out roughly $13 to $14 million per year to over 350 researchers, with awards ranging from $500 to $250,000 per report.
Intigriti's Hybrid Pentest
Hybrid Pentesting provides fast security testing using skills from our hacking community. As our rendition of ‘Pentesting as a Service’, it delivers fast, cost-effective penetration tests that benefit from our dedicated resourcing and our unique reward approach.
A guide to Securing SaaS applications with continuous crowdsourced testing
The rapidly growing Software-as-a-Service industry is being increasingly targeted by malicious hackers. This eBook looks at how crowdsourced security is protecting SaaS businesses and best practices for creating a strong vulnerability reporting process.
The Ethical Hacker Insights Report 2022
This webinar gives an in-depth reading of our hacker insights report from 2022, where we demystify ethical hacking and deep dive into researchers’ drivers, motivations, and ambitions. It gives a thorough overview of the world of crowdsourced security.
How To Reduce Risk of Cyberattacks Through Ethical Hackers For The Retail Industry
Many retailers have shifted to eCommerce in recent years. This rise in eCommerce activity also presents more cybersecurity opportunities for criminals. Watch our 60-minute webinar today to learn how to deliver a safer online shopping experience for your customers.
Continuous Security Testing Through Researcher Incentivization
Ethical hacker incentivization is increasingly becoming a prioritized security method for CISO’s in the UK. To get the most value from this strategy, watch and learn in our 60-minute webinar where we discuss best practices for success.
An Introduction To Bug Bounty Programs
The need for modern, proactive security has never been more important. A simple yet proven method to protecting against cyber threats is to invite ethical hackers in. Watch this webinar to get a 60-minute introduction to bug bounty programs.
Ethical Hacker Insights 2021
During this one-hour session we talk about the importance of trusting ethical hackers, how security teams can benefit from leveraging hacking communities and what steps businesses can take to kickstart a mutually beneficial relationship today.
The Ethical Hacker Insights Report 2022
Ethical hacking is a rapidly rising career path for information security professionals today. Download Intigriti's Ethical Hacker Insights Report 2022 to understand the motivations behind the shift in cybersecurity career preferences. Plus, discover how companies can benefit from it.
Six Common Bug Bounty Myths That Stand In The Way Of Protecting Your IT Security
When it comes to bug bounty programs, many misconceptions still linger on. Download our free eBook to get a better handle on bug bounty programs so that, moving forward, you can confidently separate the truths from the myths.
A Guide To Navigating Vulnerability Disclosure For The Transport And Logistics Industry
Download our guide to understand how transport & logistics companies can successfully work with ethical hackers, and in turn, improve their vulnerability disclosure process.
A Guide To Reducing Risk For The Retail Industry
A rise in eCommerce activity also presents more cybersecurity opportunities for criminals. Intigriti explains how retailers can successfully work with ethical hackers and bug bounty programs to improve their cybersecurity.
The Ethical Hacker Insights Report 2021
Get a true understanding of ethical hacker communities in our latest market research, The Ethical Hacker Insights Report 2021. We reveal key white hat hacker demographics, as well as valuable insights and statistics.
Vulnerability Disclosure Policy (VDP) vs Bug Bounty Programs
Creating a stress-free and sensical way for ethical hackers to disclose security vulnerabilities to you is critical. Intigriti offers both VDP and bug bounty program disclosure routes through the platform. Download this short booklet to understand the similarities and differences between them.
What Makes Intigriti's Platform Unique
Our offerings cater to all organizations and for various levels of security maturity. But what makes us different? Download this short booklet to discover the many ways in which Intigriti outshines other bug bounty platforms on the market.
Self-hosting A Bug Bounty Program vs Publishing Via A Bug Bounty Platform
Businesses can choose to receive and manage vulnerability disclosure reports themselves or publish and host through a bug bounty platform, such as Intigriti. Get a quick understanding of the key differences in our easy-to-read booklet.
Agile Testing Powered by the Crowd
Read about bug bounty programs vs pentesting, bug bounty benefits and why it is so important staying one step ahead. A vulnerability reported and fixed is one less opportunity for a cybercriminal to exploit.
Discover how CM.com has integrated its managed bug bounty program into its security testing program. The global leader in cloud software has not only increased customer trust and its overall cybersecurity posture, but also improved internal skills and knowledge.
Visma uses its bug bounty program to protect an ever-expanding attack surface. Download the case study today to learn more about how they overcame resource limitations and security testing challenges through Intigriti's platform, community, and managed services.
Discover how the platform also uses its program and vulnerability reports as a basis for building better onboarding, training and development for its engineering team.
Port of Antwerp
Learn how Port of Antwerp set out to explore responsible disclosure and bug bounty programs after finding traditional testing methods too limiting. The organization required a solution that would allow for scalable, continuous security testing while being cost-effective and sustainable.
Learn how Cake uses bug bounty programs as a tool for security transparency within their independent banking app. Cake has access to very sensitive information, so the security and privacy of their user's data is vital.
Find out how DPG Media, Thomas Colyn, could tap into a network of security researchers (ethical hackers) whilst also leveraging customer support and a triage team and how bounty programs offer a significantly different benefit from penetration tests.
Learn why IT manager at Torfs, Raf De Leu, wished he had started their bug bounty program two years sooner. Read all about the 2-hour implementation process of Intigriti at Torfs.
Find out from webhosting company Combell' CTO Wesley Hof why after 3 years of working with a well known US platform they made the switch to European hacker platform, Intigriti.
Read about how the European Commission made a commitment to secure its open source software with Bug Bounty programs and help open source communities in securing their software.
Read about why Jean-François Simons does more than periodical penetration tests at Brussels Airlines. You'll also find out more about the added value of working with external ethical hackers.
Read why 3 former employees at Google, Huawei and Barco trust Intigriti with the security of their IoT company and how the creativity of external security researchers prevented major income loss for MuuseLabs.
Learn how Kinepolis CIO, Bjorn Van Reet, overcame fears and read how running a continuous bug bounty program complemented the penetration test that Kinepolis performed before a major release.