Buglab leverages the power of the Ethereum blockchain to enable attainable, versatile, and reliable penetration testing for digital enterprise solutions. The platform links organizations that have information security needs with a community of certified cybersecurity penetration testers in an incentivized environment.
At the center of buglab's ecosystem, there are two programs - the Buglab Contest and Vigilante Protocol , helping companies all over the world to discover and fix vulnerabilities.
A token on the Ethereum blockchain is a digital asset that is held inside a token contract, in trust for a wallet address.
The buglab token, identified as BGL, is based on the ERC20 standard for blockchain tokens.
BGL tokens are required for all transactions in the buglab ecosystem, from ordering a contest to rewarding pentesters and whitehats.
|“||March, 2016: Development Begins.
February, 2017: French Tech Ticket. Acceptance and Team Relocation.
June, 2017: IBM Global Entrepreneur. Program Acceptance.
November, 2017: Partnership with CERTs & CSIRT Begins.
Q2, 2018: Public Pre-sale Opens.
Q3, 2018: Public Sale Opens.
Q3, 2018: Blockchain Migration Begins.
Q3, 2018: Public Beta Release.
Q4, 2018: Launch of Contest & Vigilante Protocol.
|Reda Cherqaoui||Founder, CEO||https://www.linkedin.com/in/redacherqaoui/||4.3|
|Amine Bioudi||Full Stack Developer||https://www.linkedin.com/in/bioudi/||4.3|
|Youness Aamiri||Blockchain Developer||https://www.linkedin.com/in/youness-aamiri/||4.3|
|Azdine Bouhou||Software Architect||https://www.linkedin.com/in/azdine-bouhou-22083621/||4.3|
|Dalal Cherqaoui||Marketing and Communications Manager||https://www.linkedin.com/in/dalal-cherqaoui-b647845a/||4.3|
|Alexander Belokon||Backend developer||https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexander-belokon/||4.3|
|Konstantin Bditskikh||Frontend Developer||https://www.linkedin.com/in/konstantin-b-b1b88562/||4.3|