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Does Your SaaS

Care About Security

Does the SAAS That’s Helping You be
More Secure Care About Security?

Assessing vendor security practices is a routine activity for most organizations looking to onboard new products or services. Self-reported information may be lacking, outdated, or inaccurate, leading more organizations to look to third party auditors to provide standardized assessments like ISO27001 and SOC2. Not only do these standards reflect how seriously your prospective partner views security, they also serve as a concrete indicator of security maturity and adherence to other best practices like GDPR and NIST.

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The ISO27001 is the only globally accepted standard for assessing the entire lifecycle of an organization’s security best practices. It is a rigorous assessment of risk, compliance, and governance that verifies an organization has a mature, managed approach to information security. Information about Bugcrowd’s ISO27001 assessment can be found here.


SOC2 is a globally recognized standard that addresses how a SaaS should manage customer data. Bugcrowd has been assessed in the pillars relevant to our business including: Security, Availability, and Confidentiality. Information about Bugcrowd’s SOC2 assessment can be found here. Copies of the report can be requested directly from our CISO, David Baker.


In addition to our ISO27001 certification which maps to most standards set forth in the GDPR, Bugcrowd has adopted the Standard Model Clauses and has aligned them to meet the additional requirements of data privacy related to: consent, data portability, the right to be forgotten, the right to restrict processing, the right to object, and international transfers of personal data. Find Bugcrowd’s Data Processing Addendum (DPA) here.


Bugcrowd’s Next Generation Pen Testing product was assessed by an independent auditor which found Bugcrowd’s methodology aligns with NIST SP 800-115 and the OWASP Testing Guide v4. Additionally, our Penetration Testing report aligns with these standards as well as PCI DSS, NIST 800-53 rev4 and ISO27001. View the full report here.


We’d be remiss if this page didn’t include what we, and 500+ program owners believe to be one of the most essential components of a healthy security ecosystem — Bug Bounty programs. Bugcrowd has been running our own Bug Bounty program on both external and internal targets for the last 4 years. Our solution helps us to stay secure, so that we can keep our customers secure. More information can be found in our Program Brief, hosted here.

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