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Exploring Vulnerability Coordination with Hacker One

17 Apr 2017 3:00pm, by

Mårten Mickos has a long history of successful open source tech companies. He is perhaps most well-known as the CEO for database company MySQL AB, which was sold to Sun Microsystems in 2008. He then went on to become CEO of Eucalyptus, which offered an open source private cloud platform that replicated the APIs of Amazon web Services.

We caught up with Mickos at SXSW to hear about his latest venture, Hacker One, the world’s first vulnerability coordination, and bug bounty platform.

Vulnerability Coordination with Hacker One

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1:19: Exploring Hacker One’s holistic approach to community building and problem solving.
3:22: What is the evolution of the hacker?
6:14: How do you orchestrate a community like that to protect systems?
8:20: What’s the open source angle behind it?
10:37 What are some examples of the intelligence you’re building that’s leading to better orchestration, better protection of their systems?
17:24: Hacker One’s roadmap over the next 12-18 months.