Ethical hacking for boosting IoT vulnerability management: a first look into bug bounty programs and responsible disclosure

@article{Ding2019EthicalHF,
  title={Ethical hacking for boosting IoT vulnerability management: a first look into bug bounty programs and responsible disclosure},
  author={Aaron Yi Ding and Gianluca Limon De Jesus and Marijn Janssen},
  journal={Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Telecommunications and Remote Sensing},
  year={2019}
}
The security of the Internet of Things (IoT) has attracted much attention due to the growing number of IoT-oriented security incidents. IoT hardware and software security vulnerabilities are exploited affecting many companies and persons. Since the causes of vulnerabilities go beyond pure technical measures, there is a pressing demand nowadays to demystify IoT "security complex" and develop practical guidelines for both companies, consumers, and regulators. In this paper, we present an initial… Expand
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