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Topic: Bug Bounty Management

The Problem with Limited Scope

Attack surface has grown exponentially for many organizations, and with it, their susceptibility to weaknesses. To combat this reality, security teams utilizing crowdsourced security solutions have expanded their program scopes to include more and more of their ever-evolving assets. Notable…

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The Ultimate Guide to Managed Bug Bounty

Attack surfaces over the past decade have become more complex than ever, and the overall surface area has ballooned significantly. As our world continues to come online, cybersecurity vulnerabilities become even more apparent. No one thinks—or cares—more about cybersecurity than…

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Enterprise Jira Integrations with Bugcrowd

Over the past several years, I have spoken to hundreds of customers about how to get developers to take action on vulnerabilities. The majority of developers use Jira to track work so typically, security teams piggyback on that process to…

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Why Ethics Matter in Bug Bounties

In 2017 we saw more data breaches, phishing scams, ransomware, state-sponsored attacks than ever before. And while each one was damaging in their own right and continue to shape cybersecurity, one breach in particular stood out: the Uber breach. Not…

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How Does a Bug Bounty Fit into my SDLC?

“How does a bug bounty fit into my SDLC?” This is a question we hear all the time. While the obvious answer is that it can augment or replace much of your current manual and automated testing, the actual answer is simpler; “bug bounties fit into and support your SDLC each step of the way.”

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4 Common Business Drivers for Launching a Bug Bounty

In the past several years, bug bounties have evolved from the open-to-everyone contests they once were, becoming more nuanced with the ability to meet various organizational goals and objectives. While some reasons for starting a bug bounty program may be more obvious than others, there are multiple business goals or drivers that organizations, including your own, may identify when looking into launching a bug bounty program.

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