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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…

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[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…

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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…

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Bug Bytes: RSA, Equifax, and Auto – Oh my!

Closing out from RSA this week, where nearly every cyber company was pulling out all the stops, we couldn’t help but notice the extra light shed and proactive efforts made around diversity. In lead up to the conference, the San…

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Bugcrowd + Doing Better at RSA

Happy RSA week from all of us here at Bugcrowd! As we kick off one of security’s biggest conferences here in our own backyard, we can’t help but reflect on this year’s theme, Better. The theme delivers a broad directive…

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Why healthcare IT should include crowdsourced security

Many in the healthcare industry are keenly aware of the growing cybersecurity threats; however, understanding how to secure healthcare information systems effectively is a complex challenge that security leaders in the industry struggle with. This struggle was evident at the…

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Researcher Spotlight: Ambassador Alyssa Herrera

This week we’re putting the Spotlight on Alyssa, a Bugcrowd Ambassador. Feel free to follow Alyssa on Twitter @Alyssa_Herrera_ Alyssa first started hacking in middle school. She was frustrated that the school systems would monitor and track students’ online activity.…

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