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State of Healthcare Security in 2019

As the healthcare industry continues to move into the digital age, each new technology that provides value to patients, organizations, and caregivers also brings with it unique cybersecurity risks. IT systems, connected medical devices, digital health applications, electronic patient records…

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Perspectives from FS-ISAC 2019

Last week we attended the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) cybersecurity summit in Orlando, Florida. The event was a first for a few on our team but certainly not for many of the attendees we spoke to,…

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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…

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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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February 2019 Hall of Fame

Bugcrowd is excited to announce our February 2019 Hall of Fame winners. So let’s get to it… here are the Hall of Fame winners! Mikee crushed it and took first place with 440 points! todayisnew came in solid in second place…

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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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