Bug Bounty Programs
Moderator: Jeremiah Grossman
Director of Product Security, Shape Security
Michael Coates is the Chairman of the OWASP board, an international non-profit organization focused on advancing and evangelizing the field of application security. In addition, he is the creator of OWASP AppSensor, a project dedicated to creating attack aware applications that leverage real time detection and response capabilities. |
Michael is also the Director of Product Security at Shape Security, a Silicon Valley startup developing an entirely new type of web security product to... Read More →
Chris Evans is the author of vsftpd, a vulnerability researcher and for a paycheck, he built and now looks after the Google Chrome Security Team. Unruly bunch. |
Details of vsftpd are at https://security.appspot.com/vsftpd.html. His research includes vulnerabilities in all the major browsers (Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Opera, Chrome); the Linux and OpenBSD kernels; Sun's JDK; and lots of open source packages. He blogs about some of his work at... Read More →
Chief Technology Officer, WhiteHat Security
Jeremiah Grossman founded WhiteHat Security in August 2001 and currently serves as Chief Technology Officer, where he is responsible for Web security R&D and industry outreach. Over the last decade, Mr. Grossman has written dozens of articles, white papers, and is a published author. His work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, NY Times and hundreds of other media outlets around the world. | | As a well-known security expert and industry veteran, Mr. Grossman has been a... Read More →
Security Program Manager, Google
Some people like to find bugs; Adam likes to make sure they get fixed. He gets lots of opportunities to fulfill this (admittedly, sad) ambition as Manager of Google's Vulnerability Management team and Web Reward Program. |
Outside of work, Adam spends most of his time chasing around his 10 month old son and supporting his beloved Canberra Raiders rugby league team.
Product Security, Facebook
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