Meet YesWeHack at Nordic IT Security 2024


Nordic IT Security, the premier cybersecurity summit in Scandinavia, is set to return on May 23, 2024, at the Stockholm Waterfront Congress Center. Over the years, the event has grown to become an important meeting place for the industry, providing an opportunity to connect and share insights on the latest challenges in cybersecurity.

We're very glad to announce that YesWeHack will be attending Nordic IT Security!

Curious about our vulnerability management solutions? Come meet our team on booth 40! Sam Lowe, Mats Ögren and Sarah Gourraud will be available to answer all your questions about how the YesWeHack platform can bolster your organisation’s security posture.

If you’re eager to join us, register here!


YesWeHack is a leading Bug Bounty and Vulnerability Management Platform. Founded by ethical hackers in 2015, YesWeHack connects organisations worldwide to tens of thousands of ethical hackers, who uncover vulnerabilities in websites, mobile apps, connected devices and digital infrastructure.

Bug Bounty programs benefit from in-house triage, personalised support, a customisable model and results-based pricing. Clients include Tencent, Swiss Post, Orange France and the French Ministry of Armed Forces.

The YesWeHack platform offers a range of integrated, API-based solutions: Bug Bounty (crowdsourcing vulnerability discovery); Vulnerability Disclosure Policy (creating and managing a secure channel for external vulnerability reporting); Pentest Management (managing pentest reports from all sources); Attack Surface Management (continuously mapping online exposure and detecting attack vectors); and ‘Dojo’ and YesWeHackEDU (ethical hacking training).

YesWeHack complies with strict security, financial traceability and privacy requirements. YesWeHack’s services are ISO 27001- and ISO 27017-certified and accredited by CREST. YesWeHack’s infrastructure uses EU-based, GDPR-compliant private hosting that meets the most stringent standards: ISO 27001, ISO 27017, ISO 27018, ISO 27701 and SOC II Type 2. The YesWeHack platform is also permanently subject to a public Bug Bounty Program.