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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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[GUEST POST] Standardizing Legal Safe Harbor for Security Research

By: Amit Elazari, a University of California, Berkeley Doctoral Candidate, CLTC Grantee (@amitelazari) Bug Bounties are one of the fastest growing, popular and cost-effective ways for companies to engage with the security community and find unknown security vulnerabilities. Yet, while the vulnerability economy is booming, I’ve argued that some bug bounties and vulnerability disclosure programs still

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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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Introducing the Overstock.com Vulnerability Disclosure Program

For nearly two decades, online retail pioneer Overstock.com has used technology to help its customers find the home goods and furniture they want, at the best possible prices. As part of its efforts to maintain its customers’ trust through accountable and transparent IT Security practices, Overstock regularly engages with the security community and participates in

By Program Launches
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 DEF CON 26 will be here before you know it and

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