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[Guest Post] SoundCloud Takes its Bug Bounty Program Public

This blog post is authored by Tobias Schmidt, Security Engineer, SoundCloud. SoundCloud is excited to announce the launch of its public bug bounty program with Bugcrowd — the #1 crowdsourced security platform. SoundCloud’s public program is open to Bugcrowd’s full Crowd of top, trusted whitehat hackers, and the company will award up to  $1,500 per vulnerability

By Program Launches
Hacker Spotlight: Ambassador Arne Swinnen

With the recent launch of the Bugcrowd Ambassador program, we will share stories from our global hacker community. This week we’re putting the Spotlight on Arne Swinnen a Bugcrowd Ambassador in Belgium. Feel free to follow Arne on Twitter @arneswinnen When Arne was around 12-years-old he became interested in computers and video games. He would

By Researcher Spotlight
ESG Report: Crowdsourced Security Making Waves

Last week we released the ESG Research Insights Report, Security Leadership Study – Trends in Application Security, revealing what CISOs are looking to prioritize in the year to come. With the ever-expanding threat landscape and increasingly sophisticated adversaries, organizations are looking to proactive approaches to security. In fact, the report indicated a notable increase in

By Thought Leadership
Researcher Spotlight: Ambassador Hagai Sason

With the launch of the Bugcrowd Ambassador program, we’re regularly sharing stories from our global hacker community. This week we’re putting the Spotlight on Hagai Sason, a Bugcrowd Ambassador in Israel. Feel free to follow on Twitter @HagaiSason When Hagai was a kid he enjoyed playing puzzles to challenge his mind. His affinity for mind

By Researcher Spotlight
ESG Research Insights Report: Security Leadership Study – Trends in Application Security

Today we released the ESG Research Insights Report, Security Leadership Study – Trends in Application Security, revealing what CISOs are looking to prioritize in the year to come.    The report highlights challenges with current application security testing methods, crowdsourced security adoption and benefits, security leadership application security priorities, and DevSecOps adoption within the enterprise.

By Bugcrowd NewsThought Leadership
[Guest Post] Netflix Public Bug Bounty, 1 year later

This blog originally appeared on the Netflix Technology Blog and is authored by Astha Singhal, Netflix Application Security. As Netflix continues to create entertainment people love, the security team continues to keep our members, partners, and employees secure. The security research community has partnered with us to improve the security of the Netflix service for the

By Guest Blogs
Researcher Spotlight: Ambassador Justin Gardner

This week we’re putting the Spotlight on Justin Gardner, a Bugcrowd Ambassador in Richmond, Virginia. Feel free to follow Justin on Twitter @Rhynorater Justin was around 12 years old when he first started learning about computers and how to bypass parental controls. By the age of 14, programming to hack had become an interest and

By Researcher Spotlight
Bug Bytes: Hacking for Good, Malware, and Outages (x3)

In early February, the Swiss government issued a reward for hacking its new electronic voting system. In just one short month, Motherboard has reported that a group of researchers have found a critical flaw in the code that would allow someone to alter votes without detection – talk about the power of the bug bounty!

By Cybersecurity News