Zerocopter’s hacker hive turbocharges SaaS marketplace for upgraded cyber shield.

December 14, 2023
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  • Zerocopter, a cybersecurity solutions provider, has launched a new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) marketplace supported by its hacker network.
  • The platform provides an affordable and efficient way for businesses to expose vulnerabilities and detect threats.
  • The marketplace meets the needs of all business sizes without the need for long-term contracts, offering off-the-shelf services.
  • Zerocopter’s marketplace aims at harnessing hackers’ capabilities to address a lack of cybersecurity professionals.
  • The company also runs a Bug Bounty program, which pays hackers based on the level of threat they detect, promoting constant surveillance.

Zerocopter’s marketplace, released today, brings a unique and efficient approach to cybersecurity for businesses. It combats the issues many businesses face, such as not having the ability to combat security risks effectively and affordably. This problem is particularly acute in small and medium enterprises due to reduced budgets. Furthermore, there is a growing shortage of cybersecurity professionals, making it ever more challenging and expensive to hire qualified talent.

Despite potential concerns, the marketplace is backed by hackers, which Zerocopter claims are “laser-sharp” in detecting vulnerabilities. Each hacker involved undergoes a thorough vetting process, ensuring adherence to a strict code of conduct and that they excel in their field. Zerocopter’s approach allows companies to take a proactive stance in threat prevention, keeping one step ahead of potential attacks.

Zerocopter CEO, Erik Ploegmakers, stated, “To fully appreciate the extent of the digital attack surface and level of potential threats, companies need to go beyond the tick-box cybersecurity approach. Zerocopter’s custom-made marketplace is driven by hackers who can find flaws and security breaches that no generic tool would be able to. Whatever the customer requirements are, we carefully match them with one of our world-class, vetted hackers with the appropriate skill set for that particular case.”

Zerocopter also offers a Bug Bounty program. This rewards hackers based on the level of threats they discover and encourages constant surveillance, irrespective of how quickly software is updated. If needed, Zerocopter offers “Dedicated Hacker Time,” a microconsulting solution where companies can hire hackers by the hour. This ensures customers only pay for what they need, making it a cost-effective solution for securing their digital assets.

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