Bugcrowd Releases Vulnerability Rating Taxonomy 1.4

We are constantly iterating our Vulnerability Rating Taxonomy (VRT), incorporating our learnings into each version update. We are thrilled about our newest release, VRT 1.4, as we received an abundance of constructive feedback through our open-sourced GitHub repository. The upcoming release of our VRT 1.4 includes: Added new entries that address missing, but commonly reported

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Prioritizing Risk Using Researcher Submissions

Historically, vulnerability management programs have focused exclusively on vulnerabilities from automated tools; however, the success of any vulnerability management program relies on its ability to automatically consolidate vulnerability data and prioritize the remediation of each risk. Vulnerabilities discovered by a community of researchers significantly expand the visibility of an organization’s security risks and should always

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Spring is here and so is… RSA!

The countdown is on for one of the busiest weeks in cybersecurity: RSA, BSides SF, OURSA. This year’s events promise to bring the very latest in information security research, development, and trends – covering everything from GDPR and cryptocurrency to ransomware and this year’s biggest data breaches. Bugcrowd will be in full force, with events

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New Feature: Known Issue Sharing Increases Program Visibility to Heighten the Focus of Crowdsourced Security Testing

We are excited to announce that organizations can now increase the visibility into their program with known issue sharing. Sharing known issues will disclose categories of vulnerabilities, based on Bugcrowd’s Vulnerability Rating Taxonomy (VRT), that have been discovered on a specific target to better direct a researcher’s testing efforts towards low-touch targets and less commonly

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March 2018 Hall of Fame

Bugcrowd is pleased to announce our March 2018 Hall of Fame winners. Private user killed it for the month of March and takes 1st place! Coming in hot in second place is todayisnew and rocking third place is Private User! Congratulations to our winners and nice work! Bugcrowd would like to thank our top performers by

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Third Annual Buggy Awards Announced

We are pleased to announce the Third Annual Buggy Awards! These awards represent a select group of individuals and organizations who have done fantastic work in the crowdsourced security space in the past year. These awards highlight the achievements of top performing customers and researchers and serve as a reminder about what is essential to

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