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Founded:
2012
Company Size:
51-200 employees
Company Type:
Private
Location:
San Francisco
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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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State of Bug Bounty
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Bugcrowd’s Spring Release Ensures the Long-Term Success of Bug Bounty Programs
Our 2017 Spring Product Release improves vulnerability management for the enterprise and supports the long-term success of both security teams and researchers.
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W0RLD 3C0N0M1C F0RUM L3ARN1NG J0URN3Y
Bugcrowd’s vision is to deliver a radical cybersecurity advantage. In addition to providing the best platform and tools to allow the top security researchers on the planet to find vulnerabilities on our customer’s applications, networks, and devices (IoT), we know that the key to our vision and making the Internet a safer place is EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION!   
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Another Milestone in the Evolution of Bugcrowd
As a founder there is nothing better than watching the company I started grow and evolve. In the four and a half years I’ve watched Bugcrowd grow by leaps and bounds - the team has grown threefold in the past year alone. While our guiding principles, core values, and vision of the future of cybersecurity remain unchanged, today we have evolved as an organization. To use a much-used term from the early aughts, we are now very much Bugcrowd 2.0, and I’m proud to announce a b ...
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[Guest Blog] EARN CPES WITH BUG BOUNTY
This post original ran on the (ISC)² blog on June 1, 2017: Since 2013, (ISC)² has been a partner of Bugcrowd, running a public bug bounty program and offering CPE credits to our members. Bugcrowd is a leading provider of crowdsourced security and bug bounty programs, connecting organizations with more than 50,000 independent security researchers to identify vulnerabilities. As an (ISC)² member, you can participate in Bugcrowd’s bug bounty progr ...
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May 2017 Hall of Fame!!
Bugcrowd is excited to announce our May 2017 Hall of Fame winners! 
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Why a DIY Bug Bounty is a Bad Idea
The management of vulnerability reports can be painfully time-consuming. Organizations hardly have the time or resources to triage and validate incoming vulnerability findings from outside researchers. We recognized the need to ease this pain in 2012 and since then, have provided our customers with full-scale bug bounty support and services, of which include expert technical review and escalation of valid vulnerability submissions. In addition, our teams provide the facilitation of re ...
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Centrify’s Bug Bounty Program with Bugcrowd
It’s an exciting time to be in information security. Black hats are attacking more web sites, constructing more 0-day threats and phishing more credentials and payment data. The proliferation of smart IoT devices and new technologies create opportunities for malicious activities. Nation State actors and the vulnerabilities they exploit are gaining visibility.
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Bug Bounties vs. Penetration Testing: Misconception #2
Misconception: With a bug bounty, you cannot receive the coverage or same caliber of testing methodologies as penetration tests. 
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Some perspective on “a seat at the table”
We recently attended a very topical event hosted by Costanoa Ventures focused on helping more women get a #seatatthetable at technology firms. Martina Lauchengco, Operating Partner at Costanoa moderated the panel for the full house of attendees which featured female leaders from leading companies like Uber, Linkedin, SurveyMonkey and Nextdoor.
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Track Vulnerability Trends and Drive Action with Updated Insights Dashboard
Announcing a major update to our program reporting within the Insights dashboard
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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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