Can Bug Bounty Programs Help to Make Web3 Happen?

October 26, 2022  •  David Pring-Mill

This episode features Mitchell Amador, the founder and CEO of Immunefi, a leading bug bounty and security services platform for the DeFi space.

In this interview, he talks about whether there’s an imbalance between the volume and value of data collection, regulators’ fines, and cybersecurity expertise. He also explains how bug bounties play a critical role in cybersecurity today and could continue to play an important role in the development and maintenance of a Web3 architecture.

This episode touches upon the following key questions:

  • What is Immunefi, and how does it work?
  • What are some of the increasing threats to cybersecurity?
  • How might bug bounties play a role in the development and maintenance of Web3?
  • Is there an imbalance between the volume and value of data collection, regulators’ fines, and cybersecurity expertise?
  • How has Immunefi raised venture capital?
  • What is the true source of chaos in the crypto space, and how does brand/community-building help to manage that chaos?

Mitchell Amador is the founder and CEO of Immunefi. Immunefi is the leading bug bounty and security services platform for DeFi, protecting over $100 billion in users’ funds across projects like Synthetix, Chainlink, SushiSwap, PancakeSwap, Bancor, Cream Finance, Compound, Alchemix, Nexus Mutual, and more. Immunefi removes security risks through bug bounties and comprehensive security services.

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