August 13, 2022

Women in Big Data Launched a Vulnerability Disclosure Program

Women in Big Data (WiBD) started as a grass-roots organization in 2015 with the mission to inspire and connect women in big data careers. Starting with 15 members and one chapter in San Francisco’s Bay Area, the WiBD community grew to over 17,000 members across 37 chapters and six continents spreading inspiration, growing networks, and promoting member success on an ever-expanding platform.

Women in Big Data (WiBD) has recently created a Vulnerability Disclosure Program(VDP) within our platform to safeguard the user’s data personal information and security of their Data servers.

Bugv is the first bug bounty and vulnerability coordination platform from Nepal that connects businesses with penetration testers and cybersecurity researchers. We are a crowd-sourced cybersecurity platform where we have security researchers all around the globe and they are ready to get things started for your safer internet journey.

Bugv and Women in Big Data are confident that this VDP will help aspiring security researchers/hackers showcase their skills while detecting the security vulnerabilities present.

Bugv was formed to improve the global security infrastructure, and by adding new companies to our platform we believe that we are reaching more and more close to our goal every day.

Register at Bugv at https://bugv.io/signup and start hacking!

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