Yogosha was born out of our deepest belief: the approach and understanding of cybersecurity needs a change. A big one. By nature, cybersecurity will always be complex, tricky. But security solutions shouldn’t make it more difficult. If anything, they should make it easier.
There are too many tools and solutions.
Too many time-consuming processes.
Too many vulnerabilities to find, and not enough skilled people to do it.
And this needs to stop.
So we have designed Yogosha as a VOC – a Vulnerability Operations Center.
Yogosha’s Vulnerability Operations Center
Our Vulnerability Operations Center is a hub to detect, manage and fix vulnerabilities. It is a platform that brings together all communities including CISOs, ethical hackers, red teams to offer:
- A battleground to run multiple security operations
- VDP, penetration testing and bug bounty
- A command center to oversee all vulnerability management strategies
Penetration Testing as a Service
Quickly assess the digital security of a product and meet compliance standards. Target a specific scope, be alerted of uncovered vulnerabilities in real time. After an analysis of your needs, requirements and scope, the pentest will be performed by the most suitable hunter. Fixed price and duration.
Vulnerability Disclosure Program
Set up a secure and structured public channel to gather vulnerabilities, prevent leaks and reduce digital risks. Allow all ethical hackers to proactively contact you about security issues they may find.
Bug Bounty Program
Target an asset with a private bug bounty program. Get the Yogosha Strike Force hunters to uncover vulnerabilities, and pay only for exploitable findings. Set up rules, update them to match your releases and keep your SDLC streamlined with a security layer that never stops. Leverage performance metrics to shape your security.
Bug Bounty – the Ultimate Guide to a Successful Program
Thinking of launching a bug bounty, but unsure of where to start? Hackers scope, triage, remediation… Here’s a step-by-step guide to a successful program.
Bug bounty is still a young practice, so some wonder if it is an effective approach to security testing. The answer is simple: yes, but not without conditions. When it comes to bug bounty, two questions stand between success and failure:
Why? And how?
Download our whitepaper to learn how to deploy a successful bug bounty program.