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Olivier Beg


Olivier Beg works as Head of researchers at Zerocopter, is a bug bounty researcher since 2013 and an active member of the security community. He is also known for sending Jobert a PHP t-shirt which he accepted with great gratitude.

Brett Buerhaus


Brett has been researching application security for the past decade. He is an active participant in the bug bounty community and helps manage a private program for a decent sized company. Brett has built classes for web security that have been used to train hundreds of engineers and is always looking for new ways to educate the next generation of hackers. He has also won two DEFCON Uber badges.

Ben Sadeghipour


Ben Sadeghipour is a Security Associate at HackerOne, Ben is an active member of the security community and security research education. Ben has led workshops for new hackers and created / moderates a community of hundreds of active bug bounty hackers who share ideas and their experience to make the internet safer.

Jason Haddix


Jason is the head of trust and security at Bugcrowd. Jason works with clients and security researchers to create high value, sustainable, and impactful bug bounty programs. He also works with Bugcrowd to improve the security industries relations with researchers. Jason's interests and areas of expertise include mobile penetration testing, black box web application auditing, network/infrastructural security assessments, and static analysis. Before joining Bugcrowd, Jason was the director of penetration testing for HP Fortify and also held the 1 rank on the Bugcrowd leaderboard for 2014. Jason has spoken and trained at: Defcon, blackhat, Bsides (multiple), Toorcon, rootcon, OWASPAppsec (USA/EU/NY/Cali) HousecCon, IANS, ISC2, SANS, BruCon, HPProtect, ++.

Patrik Fehrenbach


Patrik Fehrenbach has been arround in the bug bounty field since 2012. Besides participating in bug bounties, he used to do mobile penetration testing for iOS and Android. His main field of research is everything related to IoT, mobile and web applications. Currently Patrik is focusing on his master thesis in mobile computing researching the iOS application security of aftermarket OBD-II devices.