Discover the definition of the term Bug Bounty presented by Les Assises de la Cybersécurité.


Bug bounty is a collaborative approach to vulnerability scanning. It is based on an intermediation platform, generally provided by a commercial entity, which brings together companies wishing to identify potential vulnerabilities in their systems or products, and independent experts who provide the service. As well as putting people in touch with each other, the platform acts as a trusted third party, provides a legal framework for the service, provides various services to both experts and customers (dashboard, tools) and, of course, takes its fee!

Unlike drivers on VTC platforms, Bug Bounty experts don't offer mints to their customers.

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