Integrating Crowdsourced Security with the Software Development Lifecycle

Organizations in nearly every industry are feeling pressure to deliver value faster, get to market ahead of the competition, and continuously improve their customer experience. For software applications built and deployed today, it is all about velocity and automation. This is good for innovation but often leads to inconsistencies, vulnerabilities and problems with upgrades and

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Defining “Hacker” in 2018

If you do a Google Image Search against the word hacker, you’ll get images of scary-looking balaclava-clad cybercriminals hunched over a quintessentially green computer terminal. They’re up to no good… Stealing your data, crashing critical systems, or causing general Internet badness. In reality, the word “hacker” applies to a much broader group of people, one

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Addressing Federal Cybersecurity Risk – Comments on the OMB Risk Report

Today, the Office of Management and Budgeting (OMB) released The Federal Cybersecurity Risk Determination Report and Action Plan, mandated by cybersecurity executive order 13800. This report illustrates a high-level review of government cybersecurity risks, identifies actions to improve federal cybersecurity, and acknowledges all parties involved must work together to identify how to implement those actions.

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Happy International Women’s Day!

Happy International Women’s Day! This day is all about celebrating the vast number of social, economic, cultural, technical and political achievements of women throughout history. Innovation, perseverance and respect are core to our mission at Bugcrowd, so we couldn’t let the day go by without highlighting a great woman who has inspired us every step

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