Last month Joe Sullivan, the former CISO of Uber, was found guilty of not disclosing to government regulators a 2016 breach of customer and driver data. Uber concealed the breach by paying the hackers using bug bounty funds. Bug bounty programs provide a way of paying “white hat” researchers to report security vulnerabilities. But some companies use bounty programs to conceal problems that should have been disclosed under state or federal rules. Bug bounties usually require nondisclosure deals, some of which last forever. This webinar looks at the pressures companies are to keep their business operating with ransomware hacks a prevalent factor impacting them.