How Enjoei invested in “good hackers” to protect customer data


O Brazil it is one of the countries that suffer most from data security in the world. In the first quarter of 2021 alone, there were more than 3.2 billion cyber attack attempts, according to a Fortinet survey.

Given this scenario, the I got sick, consumer-to-consumer e-commerce, entered into a partnership with BugHunt, the first Brazilian Bug Bounty platform, to reward “good hackers” by identifying flaws in your platform.

The bug-hunting platform wants to be the link between cybersecurity experts and Business interested in evaluating the protection of their systems. The good hacker can earn up to 1,500 reais for the vulnerability found in the evaluated services and solutions, depending on the critical level of the identified flaw.

The private service, where only verified or invited bughunters (as experts are called) can participate, is a favorite of companies. Brands like OLX, Webmotors e Maximum Bank have already made this kind of partnership with BugHunt.

“When specialists report a vulnerability, Enjoei must run the internal vulnerability management processes so that it is fixed efficiently, in the shortest possible time and with the highest possible quality. This helps to improve the internal process, in addition to bringing the security team closer to the development teams”, said Caio Telles, CEO of BugHunt.