EVENTS: DenyAll shared its experience during the Bug Bounty Day (B-D4Y)

On May 26th, DenyAll was at Ecole42 for the Bug Bounty Day (B-D4Y) to share on its participation to the Bug Bounty at  the “Nuit du Hack 2K15” event  held in Paris last year. It was the first Bug Bounty organized by DenyAll, that saw 2,000 white hats hackers test DenyAll’s Web Application Firewalls. The data have been analyzed in details to help DenyAll to improve the relevance and efficiency of its application security engines.

What is the Bug Bounty Day (B-D4Y)?

A bug bounty program, also called a hacker bounty program or vulnerability rewards program, is a crowdsourcing initiative that rewards individuals for finding a software bug and reporting it to the organization offering a monetary reward. The Bug Bounty Day was organized on May 26th at Ecole42, with conferences held by security experts such as Guillaume Rix (Technical Account Manager, DenyAll) and Nicolas Grégoire (CEO, Agarri) who is regularly organizing web attacks trainings at DenyAll.

The added value of a Bug Bounty in application security

During the course of this event, DenyAll gathered a huge amount of attack trails, which have been analyzed to dig into the attacks, replayed them and have improved the efficiency of DenyAll’s WAFs.

The exercise also demonstrated DenyAll’s ability to scale and deliver 100% availability and low latency, using Amazon’s cloud infrastructure and the pre-packaged images of its WAFs, available on the AWS marketplace.

Xavier Quoniam, Marketing Manager on Linkedin
Xavier Quoniam, Marketing Manager
Xavier is our Marketing Manager. He is passionate about disruptive technologies that transform how companies communicate. He brings us its passion, curiosity, and fresh ideas to promote DenyAll and Cloud Protector at its best.
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