The Ultimate Guide to Managed Bug Bounty

Attack surfaces over the past decade have become more complex than ever, and the overall surface area has ballooned significantly. As our world continues to come online, cybersecurity vulnerabilities become even more apparent. No one thinks—or cares—more about cybersecurity than the security professionals responsible for protecting their enterprise’s applications and data. And their lives get

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Why Ethics Matter in Bug Bounties

In 2017 we saw more data breaches, phishing scams, ransomware, state-sponsored attacks than ever before. And while each one was damaging in their own right and continue to shape cybersecurity, one breach in particular stood out: the Uber breach. Not necessarily for the impact or the type of breach, but for what happened afterwards. For

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Why More Government Agencies Need Bug Bounty and Vulnerability Disclosure Programs

If you’re reading this article, statistically speaking your organization might be getting hacked. Data breaches of U.S. government networks, once novel, have become pervasive over the past year. Take it from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) or the IRS – no one is safe anymore. In private sector, the Equifax hack and Intel’s processor vulnerabilities have hit mainstream media by storm. The

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When to Reward a Bug Bounty Submission

We’re regularly asked how Bugcrowd determines if a bug bounty submission is rewardable. Today, as we approach 10,000 submissions, and as part of Bugcrowd’s commitment to transparency, we’re shedding some light on our submission evaluation process. Its important to note up front that Bugcrowd programs differentiate between technical validity and rewardability, in order to maintain

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