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CyberBay officially joins the HKCNSA

On January 10th, Reimagine CyberBay Limited (referred to as CyberBay) officially joined the Hong Kong China Network Security Association (HKCNSA) as a corporate member. CyberBay is a fast-growing Hong Kong startup incubating by Hong Kong Cyberport Incubation Program. They are dedicated to providing innovative cybersecurity solutions to help organizations achieve security and compliance. Their membership in the association will further enhance their influence in the field of cybersecurity.


Mr. David Ip, the founding chairman of the association (right one), presents the corporate membership certificate to Mr. Felix Kan, the CEO and co-founder of Cyberbay (left one)
Mr. David Ip, the founding chairman of the association (right one), presents the corporate membership certificate to Mr. Felix Kan, the CEO and co-founder of CyberBay (left one)

CyberBay is a local crowdsourced cybersecurity vulnerability bounty platform in Hong Kong. The platform offers an innovative solution for cybersecurity testing by leveraging a global network of cybersecurity experts and white hat to help enterprises identify and remediate security vulnerabilities. It not only provides continuous cybersecurity testing services but also customizes solutions based on specific needs and scale of enterprises, ensuring comprehensive protection for their cybersecurity.


By joining the association, CyberBay can better understand the latest trends and developments in cybersecurity, stay at the forefront of security technologies and solutions, continuously enhance their technical proficiency, and provide more efficient and reliable cybersecurity services to their clients. Additionally, they will collaborate with other association members to strengthen cybersecurity prevention and response, making contributions to the development of the cybersecurity industry.

Mr. David Ip, the founding chairman of the HKCNSA, extends a warm welcome to CyberBay's membership: "We are honored to have CyberBay join our association, as they possess industry-leading expertise in the local bug bounty field. Through our joint efforts and collaboration, we aim to promote the development of the cybersecurity industry and provide users in both China and Hong Kong with a safer online environment."


In the future, the HKCNSA will enhance communication between both parties, promote stable development in the cybersecurity industry through cooperation and innovation, and jointly address cybersecurity challenges, contributing to the establishment of a more secure and reliable cyberspace environment.

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