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Managed crowdsourced security programs for companies of all sizes, with a community of over 44,000 security researchers & white-hat hackers.
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5 Critical Security Issues for 2017
Evaluating the business impact of software vulnerabilities
Google recently announced that the company has raised its top reward for remote code execution bugs in its Google, Blogger and YouTube domains by 50 percent, saying "Because high-severity vulnerabilities have become harder to identify over the years, researchers have needed more time to find them. We want to demonstrate our appreciation for the significant time researchers dedicate to our program."
Winner! February Thick Client Promotional Drawing
Each quarter we challenge our crowd to submit bugs against some of our most difficult programs to be entered to win a cash bonus. This quarter, we've encouraged our crowd to submit bugs against thick client applications and have seen fantastic engagement; we saw an awesome 200% increase in valid submissions in February. 
Industry Spotlight: How Security Vendors Use Bug Bounty Programs
Bugcrowd bug bounty programs launched by security vendors have tripled over the past two years and represent the fifth largest industry on the Bugcrowd platform.
In Response to the Department of Commerce’s “Green Paper”
We recently contributed to the Department of Commerce’s request for public comment on its “Green Paper” with Rapid7, Duo Security, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Center for Democracy & Technology, Global Cyber Alliance and many others that we hope will bolster a more transparent approach to securing the Internet of Things.
Bugcrowd’s 2nd Annual Buggy Awards Closing
Today we aired our 2nd Annual Buggy Awards which recognized several organizations running bug bounty programs and several bug hunters who have contributed some fantastic research to the bug hunting community.
[Guest Blog] Bugcrowd’s Buggy Awards: Fitbit Takes Two!
Appeared originally on the Fitbit Engineering Blog
Recapping Nullcon 2017
Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to attend and present at Nullcon in Goa, India. Now in its seventh year, Nullcon was founded in 2010 with the idea of “providing an integrated platform for exchanging information on the latest attack vectors, zero day vulnerabilities and unknown threats.”
Big Bugs Podcast 7 | The World of CTFs w/ Special Guest
This month we’re taking our ‘Big Bugs’ podcast out of hibernation for a special podcast on one of our favorite topics–Capture the Flag Competitions!
1Password increases highest reward to $100,000
Our customers are leaders when it comes to security; they understand the value of harnessing the power of the crowd and the creativity of thousands of researchers that think like the adversary. Password manager technology 1Password is no exception.
2nd Annual Buggy Awards Finalists Announcements
Last week we announced the categories for our 2nd Annual Buggy Awards which will award a select group of individuals and organizations in the bug bounty space. Today we’re pleased to announce the finalists in these categories in anticipation of the awards ceremony next week. These finalists represent just a handful of organizations and individuals that make this economy so vibrant and we are thankful to the entire bug bounty community. 
Highlights of our recent webinar \'2017 Predictions: 3 Experts Give Discuss Security Challenges for the Coming Year \' https://blog.bugcrowd.com/2017-security-expert-predictions

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