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Upwork Takes Bug Bounty Program Public With Bugcrowd

This blog is authored by customer, Teza Mukkavilli, head of information security at Upwork, and first appeared on the Upwork Blog.  Upwork places an extremely high priority on data security. As Upwork’s head of information security, I am constantly thinking about how to keep our site as secure as possible so that our freelancers and clients can

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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 DEFCON 26 will be here before you know it and we’ve

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Bug Bounty Myth #4: You Can’t Trust Hackers

In the past month, we’ve been addressing some commonly held misconceptions about the bug bounty model, outlined in our guide, 7 Bug Bounty Myths, Busted. So far we’ve discussed the misconception that bug bounties are all public, examined the types of companies engaging with the bug bounty model, and debunked the perception some have that

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Bugcrowd Programs at a Glance

The crowdsourced security space is evolving rapidly. At Bugcrowd, we have more first-time Program Owners than ever trying out crowdsourced security economics through our Vulnerability Disclosure Programs and hundreds who have transitioned to on-demand and ongoing Bug Bounty Programs. We regularly ask Researchers and Program Owners for feedback on these programs; this feedback shapes our

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