Facilitate reporting of potentially exploitable vulnerabilities before they are found and abused by malicious parties. Minimise time to detection and remediation by providing a secure channel for flagging potential security bugs.
ENABLE RESEARCHERS TO REPORT ANY VULNERABILITIES THEY FIND
With attack surfaces continuing to grow, organisations should help good-faith researchers notify them of any potential vulnerabilities they find in their digital assets. It’s up to IT teams to provide a secure, straightforward mechanism to facilitate this process.
YesWeHack provides a simple, secure, technical and legal framework for reporting potential vulnerabilities in your internet-facing assets – after which you can quickly take the appropriate action.
A Vulnerability Disclosure Policy, or VDP, is advocated by regulatory agencies such as NIST, ENISA and CISA and prescribed through standards ISO 29147 and ISO 30111.
Demonstrate your organisation’s dedication to cybersecurity and build trust with customers, partners and other stakeholders. A VDP also fosters fruitful relationships with the security research community.
Don’t waste time sorting out irrelevant messages and false alarms. Focus your teams’ attention instead on addressing valuable and actionable reports and facilitating their internal distribution and management.
PROTECTING ANY ORGANISATION FROM SMALL BUSINESSES TO ENTERPRISES
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BRANDED, CUSTOMISABLE TEMPLATE
- Easily set up a branded VDP page and integrate it into your website.
- Provide a secure and structured reporting form obliging reporters to submit all relevant information – facilitating the filtering out of invalid submissions.
- Let our Customer Success Management team help you design your VDP in line with industry best practices and your specific requirements.
THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN VDP AND BUG BOUNTY
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Follow industry best practices by establishing a secure channel for Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure