Protect your operations and reward bug hunters from the Caribbean's Cyber Security community.
We are reshaping the culture needed to connect Caribbean Security Researchers with Caribbean businesses. People often know about sensitive cyber security vulnerabilities and issues affecting Caribbean businesses and do not want to report them. In many cases, there is no incentive for anyone who took initiative to report an issue while in many other cases, it is just too difficult, and the cost eventually outweighs the benefits for them. We are improving that.
Through collaboration, we connect businesses to the knowledge and skills of security researchers across the Caribbean, which leads to knowledge of previously unknown vulnerabilities and issues across the corporate network. Additionally, our clients develop respect among the Caribbean security community and the broader public for rewarding the efforts of security researchers and showing they care about protecting their systems.
Many businesses and researchers have benefited from investing in a Bug Bounty program. Ultimately, when this relationship is strong, it minimises risk and the likelihood of successful attacks, reduces cybercrime by Caribbean nationals, and develops a warm and embracing culture towards Cyber Security in the Caribbean.
While many some researchers may take the time from their busy day to contact an affected company, many will not act without a reasonable incentive. We want people to be motivated to share what they already know and what they can discover to help a business improve and protect stakeholder value. We support our Bug Bounty clients to promptly know about their issues from people with good intentions, not after it has been exploited by a threat.