This past weekend, Voatz was a proud sponsor of Hack(H)er413, the first all-women and non-binary students’ hackathon in Western Massachusetts.
Over the course of 24 hours, participants were encouraged to learn and develop new technical skills, network, and innovate with passion. The hackathon was organized entirely by students and aimed to increase diversity and inclusion in the technology industry.
During our time there, we held a workshop introducing participants to ethical hacking, mobile code security testing, and invited students to sign up for the Voatz bug bounty program on HackerOne, with an invitation to test the latest versions of the Voatz mobile voting platform.
We were impressed by the students’ interest, the thoughtful questions, and the conversation that ensued. We look forward to continuing collaboration!
^Voatz introduction and overview of ethical hacking workshop
^Talking to impressive and passionate students at the career fair
^Members from the Voatz team at Hack(H)er413