This customer blog originally appeared on Fitbit’s engineering blog, written by Katie Foster, security engineer at Fitbit. Fitbit has always been committed to protecting consumer privacy and keeping data safe. Our internal security team is constantly testing our products for vulnerabilities as we strive to continuously strengthen our security. And, as our devices become more
In 2010, Barracuda Networks was one of the first organizations to launch a formal bug bounty program. Since then, Barracuda has paved the way for other organizations to launch programs in order to collaborate with the independent research community and improve their overall product security programs.
Bugcrowd bug bounty programs launched by security vendors have tripled over the past two years and represent the fifth largest industry on the Bugcrowd platform.
Last month we launched our 2017 CISO Investment Blueprint which analyzes survey responses from 100 security decision makers regarding the current state of application security. In addition to the survey results, we’ve chatted with several innovators in the security industry to get their thoughts on appsec today and the future. In the past several weeks
After two and a half years of running an outstanding bug bounty program with Bugcrowd, we’d like to shine a spotlight on one of our most engaged customers–Twilio.
A few months ago we celebrated the launch of Okta’s public bug bounty program after having run a private program for years. Today, we’re taking a closer look at how their bug bounty program has influenced their application security program.
After over two years of running an outstanding bug bounty program with Bugcrowd, we’d like to give some recognition to one of our longest standing and committed customers–Aruba Networks. Since 2014, Aruba has successfully leveraged Bugcrowd’s most skilled and trusted researchers through a private bug bounty program for their web applications and hardware devices. Download
Posted originally on April 27, 2016 by Stuart Hirst on Skyskanner’s Code Voyager Blog Skyscanner has a culture of innovation and continuous improvement. For our IT security function, the ‘Security Squad’, it is no different. External security testing had previously taken the form of standard penetration testing, which brought considerable value and helped improve security posture.