From the outback to the valley, Bugcrowd is paving the way for crowdsourced security. Founded in 2012 in Australia by Casey Ellis, Bugcrowd is now based in San Francisco and is backed by Costanoa Ventures, Rally Ventures, Paladin Capital Group and Blackbird Ventures.
An Experienced Leadership Team
Adversaries have more opportunities to exploit undetected vulnerabilities. We take pride in the people we surround ourselves with – these are just a few of the people that fuel that pride.
Ashish brings more than 25 years of general management experience and has had leadership roles in marketing, sales, business development and products. Prior to Bugcrowd, Ashish was Infoblox’s EVP and Chief Marketing Officer responsible for worldwide strategy and operations for global corporate and product marketing at Infoblox, including brand awareness, go-to-market programs and demand generation initiatives. Ashish specializes in creating new markets and categories, positioning companies for growth, and developing differentiated business strategies in highly competitive industries. He has held leadership positions with other venture-backed and publicly traded technology companies including Microsoft, Telera (acquired by Alcatel/Genesys), Vidyo, Deloitte Consulting and Hewlett-Packard. Ashish lives in the Bay Area and spends most of his weekends with his family playing soccer, skiing or sailing.
Casey has spent more than 15 years in information security, servicing clients ranging from startups to multinational corporations as a security and risk consultant and solutions architect. He’s a career infosec guy turned career entrepreneur. Casey pioneered the Bug Bounty as a Service model, launching the first programs on Bugcrowd in 2012. He is happy as long as he’s got a problem to solve, an opportunity to develop, and a kick ass group of people to bring along for the ride.
Nick brings 27 years of experience in accounting, finance, and operations with a track record of building successful software companies. He was previously CFO of Perforce Software (acquired by Summit Partners) and his background includes AmberPoint (acquired by Oracle) and Ernst & Young. He is a Certified Public Accountant and a Bay Area native.
Brooke is an accomplished executive with over 15 years of expertise in start-ups, global sales, inside and outside sales management, and recruiting. Her experience includes Frontline Selling, Rapid7 and ThousandEyes. She is from Boston and now lives with her husband and two kids in San Francisco.
With over 10 years of experience in security, Jonathan began his career in security assessment working as a penetration tester for Rapid7. From there, he joined the Metasploit development team, building a commercial version of the application aptly named Metasploit Pro. For security startup Pwnie Express, Jonathan served as architecture lead and CTO. He continues his pursuits to better the state of security assessment as Bugcrowd’s VP of Product.
With over 20 years of experience in enterprise software and security, Ingrum has applied his passion for security, engineering, and building companies that protect everyone on the internet. Ingrum has built and managed a variety of security offerings including VeriSign, Voltage SecureMail Cloud, the Agari Customer Protect Service and was most recently VP of Engineering and Product for NCC Group’s TRUST and Continuous Monitoring Service.
David Baker brings over 20 years of experience in enterprise data security, information technology, and government computer research to his role as Vice President of Operations. Prior to Bugcrowd David served as the Chief Security Officer at Okta. As CSO, David was responsible for the security of Okta’s service, helping the company ensure customer success and solving the security challenges enterprises face as they evolve operations into the cloud. Prior to Okta, David served as the Vice President of Services at IOActive and Security Architect at Webex Communications. David started his professional career as a research scientist in Computational Fluid Dynamics at NASA Ames Research Center.