inDrive, a global mobility and urban services platform, is launching a Bug Bounty program on HackerOne, this development is aimed at strengthening the platform’s security.
inDrive will pay specialists for each vulnerability they discover in inDrive applications or infrastructure, up to $6,000 per report, depending on severity level. $120,000 is allocated for the first year of the Bug Bounty program, covering all inDrive verticals, including inDrive Couriers, Freight, City to City, Services, and Jobs.
VatclavDovnar, Head of Product Security Department at inDrive: “At inDrive, safety is a top priority and cybersecurity initiatives are critical to ensure protection of personal user data. Whether you are riding with us, delivering a package or looking for work, we want to ensure your sensitive data is protected through the entire experience. As external cyber threats evolve, we will continue to invest in perpetually improving our systems to maintain the most secure experience in the industry.”
In addition to the new HackerOne program, inDrive has such essential security measures as, for example, regular internal code audits and reviews of product architecture for security enhancements, scanning of the entire company infrastructure perimeter, and regular cybersecurity awareness activities across employees.
HackerOne is a platform where security researchers use cyberattack methods and tools to identify weaknesses in companies’ security systems. Companies use these findings to fix security breaches and stay ahead of cyber threats. Other HackerOne customers include General Motors, GitHub, Goldman Sachs, Google, Hyatt, Lufthansa, Microsoft, Nintendo, PayPal, Slack, Twitter, and Spotify.
Follow the link to learn more about inDrive’s Bug Bounty program.