Our First #badgelife at DEF CON 26

After a few days in DEF CON recovery mode, Team Blinkerydoo thought we’d talk a bit about our experience on the other side of #badgelife this year… First and foremost, we want to thank everyone who bought a badge – we sold out (close to 190 badges) by Saturday, raising a total of $3,820. We’re

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Announcing Bugcrowd’s DEF CON Badge

We’re excited to announce our first ever DEF CON badge! Starting out as an internal Bugcrowd hackathon project back in April, this year’s Bugcrowd badge brings together a mix of hardware hacking, firmware development, design, and a sprinkling of Bugcrowd culture. Over the last few months, hackathon team Blinkerydoo has been hard at work creating,

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Shift Left…No…Shift Right!

I always like attending the annual Gartner Security and Risk Management in Washington DC because a) I get to do a run around the National Mall and White House, and b) I get to hear what the Gartner analysts are telling their customers. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, Gartner has a lot of mindshare at

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Bugcrowd @ Hacker Summer Camp 2018

It has been a very busy and exciting year for Bugcrowd and things show no sign of slowing down! Right now, we’re getting ready to head out to Hacker Summer Camp in Las Vegas to showcase what we’ve been working on. Black Hat USA and DEF CON 26 will be here before you know it and

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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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Bugcrowd Takeover: The Los Altos Hacks III

Every once and a while, we take a break from our regular jobs to go out and help the hacker community. This weekend, we went down to the Juniper Aspiration Dome in Sunnyvale for the Los Altos Hacks III hackathon. Nearly 300 high school students gathered together to hack on projects ranging from face recognition

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