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Beyond the Hype: Considerations for Rational, Effective, and Ethical AI Regulation

At the end of 2022, OpenAI released ChatGPT to the public and, in doing so, changed the world. While AI and machine learning systems have been working behind the scenes in various contexts for decades, the step-function shift in accessibility to powerful Generative AI tooling triggered a collective “hands-on” experience which propelled AI into the […]

Cybersecurity Risk Management

Cybersecurity risk has become the biggest concern for companies globally, according to the Allianz Risk Barometer. Now more than ever, it’s important to be proactive in taking every step possible to avoid being blind-sided by cyberattacks. Cybersecurity risk management applies the principles of traditional risk management to digital systems and infrastructure. It offers a roadmap […]

Bugcrowd Secures $102 Million in Strategic Growth Funding to Scale AI-Powered Crowdsourced Security Platform

Led by General Catalyst, Latest Financing Unites The Collective Ingenuity of Customers and Hackers to Stand Against Cyber Threats   SAN FRANCISCO, February 12, 2024 – Bugcrowd has secured $102 million in strategic growth financing to scale its AI-powered crowdsourced security platform offerings globally. Led by General Catalyst, with participation from longtime existing investors Rally Ventures […]

Unsolved Cyber Mysteries Volume 3: Code Red

In this installment of Unsolved Cyber Mysteries, we dive deep into one of the most infamous worms in history—Code Red. Was it an experiment gone wrong or a carefully planned state-sponsored attack? This episode unravels the enigma that wreaked global havoc and brought top organizations to a grinding halt by exploiting vulnerabilities in Microsoft’s IIS […]

Hackers Say Generative AI Unlikely to Replace Human Cybersecurity Skills—Bugcrowd Survey

Annual “Inside the Mind of a Hacker” Report by Bugcrowd Shows Growing Collaboration Levels: 89% of Respondents Say Companies View Hackers in a More Favorable Light   SAN FRANCISCO—July 12, 2023—Bugcrowd, the only multi-solution crowdsourced cybersecurity platform, today released its annual Inside the Mind of a Hacker report for 2023, which found that 72% of […]

Bugcrowd urges ethical hackers and CISOs to respond as deadline nears on UK Government’s Computer Misuse Act consultation

The pioneering crowdsourced cybersecurity platform provider believes increased publicity for the consultation is necessary to engage the full spectrum of views London, UK – Tuesday, 28th March 2023 — Bugcrowd, operator of the world’s leading crowdsourced cybersecurity platform, today called on independent cyber security researchers, customers of crowdsourced cybersecurity, and cybersecurity defenders at large to contribute […]

The UK’s Computer Misuse Act (1990) is up for revision. It’s time for ethical hackers to submit your views

We all need to stand up to make the Internet a safer place  The UK’s Computer Misuse Act, under which most UK hacking prosecutions are made, came into force in 1990 – about one year after the introduction of the world wide web. Since then, of course, cyberspace has evolved beyond all recognition! The UK […]

Are Cybersecurity Investments Recession-proof?

Are cybersecurity investments recession-proof? Based on a study from McKinsey & Company, which estimates that collective cyberattack damage will reach $10.5 trillion annually by 2025 (driving potentially $2 trillion in cybersecurity technology spending), the answer would seem to be “yes”. Massive growth in mobile applications, web apps (cloud-based and on-premises), IoT devices, APIs, cloud infra, […]