The federal indictment of Uber’s former CSO for allegedly covering up an extortion payment by making it look like a bug bounty reward, should serve as a stern warning to companies: create more precisely defined parameters of what constitutes a legitimate vulnerability disclosure transaction, then more strictly enforce them.
Additionally, businesses need to better understand the legalities that differentiate an above-the-board bug bounty payment from an illicit cover-up.
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