In post-incident recovery, actions, procedures, and documentation are the key elements for an organization to get back on its feet. The reality, however, very often brutally verifies badly prepared plans. Check two real-life scenarios, where many things went wrong and read what should have been done.
Computer software becomes increasingly complex and makes systems and organizations vulnerable to hacker attacks. That’s why companies are turning to outside experts to track down the errors in their software. One of the methods is participation in bug bounty programs.
Companies offer rewards to ethical hackers who discover bugs or security weaknesses. They are often run by big software publishers so that they can fix these issues before they’re discovered and exploited by criminals.