Does your organization know when an employee's found something wrong?
We intake, triage, notify, and patch vulnerabilities and risks reported by your associates, while enforcing ethical disclosure requirements
Actionable intelligence and industry-professional insights inform you on your associate's technical competency and discovery route
Protect your company's bottom line of security by enabling your organizaiton to effectively intake and triage reports of bugs, vulnerabilities, and other misconfigurations
Bug & Vulnerability Disclosure programs play huge roles in safeguarding corporate infrastructures, ensuring a swift and efficient security response that keeps businesses one step ahead of a evolving threat landscape
Your organization should have a disclosure program; does it?
It's often observable that one of the most equally effective and exploitable layers of security, is the human layer. Your organization may have tens, hundreds, thousands of associates who use your systems, servers, services, web-apps, and programs daily; but who do they talk to when they discover something gone horribly wrong...no no, not just "production is down", but most-typically, security-related concerns - and more importantly, is that conversation safe to have?
Historically, this hasn't been handled well
CyberSecurity and Risk Management interests rarely find a sustainable intersection where all involved parties go home happy, safe, and still employed after disclosing a misconfiguration
Associates who discover and attempt to report internal security errors or misconfigurations for their employer are typically targeted with punitive action as a result to "ensure compliance efforts"
We place security interests first for your organizations sake, resulting in faster response times, faster remediation times, and less workforce friction due to mis-decided Risk Management efforts
We enhance your organization with a disclosure-program-in-a-box that just...works
It uses platforms your associates are already using, doesn't require the installation of any special software or tool usage at runtime, and is otherwise just...good and damn helpful
Managed Disclosure Programs are empowered by BeeHive's own in-house legal associates. However, when it comes to wanting a second opinion, we've got a selection of legal experts off-hand we can recommend with honors to help you effectively litigate compliance concerns internally. Typically, you'd hire a lawyer who would then consult with a 3rd party firm or agency. Here, the "hackers" are built-in. Plus, there's nothing like the smell of Attorney-Client Privilege in the morning...