Since 2009, Himanshu Sharma, a well-known entrepreneur, has worked in the field of bug bounty, also known as vulnerability reward program, or VRP. Himanshu’s work entails a crowdsourcing project that pays people for finding and reporting software flaws.
Himanshu has been in this line of employment for the past 13 years. After 13 years of hard work, he has risen to the position of one of the industry’s top experts. His hard work, expertise, and experience are topics that should be taught and shared among people, and he has had the incentive to do so as a speaker at Botconf’13 in Nantes, France, and RSA 2018 in Singapore. Himanshu also gave a talk at the IEEE conference in California and Malaysia, as well as at TedX.
Himanshu is a skilled organizer with a track record of success in the computer and information security industries. Windows security, vulnerability management, Internet security, and ethical hacking are among my qualifications. Himanshu has a great business improvement history in the PC and organization security and ethical hacking industries; his work is noteworthy, and his methods of operation have gotten him to where he is now in this industry.
At the moment, Himanshu is in charge of security for 5irechain. In addition, he is a co-founder of Bugs-Bounty. Bugs-Bounty is a crowdsourced security platform for ethical hackers and businesses interested in providing cyber security services.
Himanshu’s work has been inducted into the hall of fame as proof of his international work with major corporations such as Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Adobe, Uber, and others. He had aided several national and worldwide celebrities in recovering their compromised accounts. When Harbajan Singh’s account was hacked, he was the one who stepped in to assist him. Himanshu quickly restored his account, and he has aided several celebrities in the past.
Himanshu has also written two books, “Kali Linux- An Ethical Hacker’s Cookbooks” and “Hands-On Red Team Tactics.” We need this information in this age when technology controls practically everything, and what better way to learn than from the expert himself.