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Redefining Cybersecurity for Leading Organizations in over 50 Industries and 30 Countries — More of the Fortune 500 Trust Bugcrowd

Teams Get Results with Bugcrowd

Bugcrowd has delivered hundreds of successful programs, helping crowdsourced security grow into a best practice for organizations of any size and any stage of security maturity. This is why more industry-leading organizations including Mastercard, Tesla, Fitbit, Jet.com, NETGEAR, Western Union, and OWASP, rely on Bugcrowd to manage their bug bounty programs.

Softdocs

Softdocs develops enterprise content management (ECM), e-forms and process automation solutions exclusively for the higher education and K-12 markets. The…

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ActiveCampaign

ActiveCampaign is a SaaS marketing technology (MarTech) platform that helps businesses meaningfully connect with customers. With solutions designed to support…

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Code.org

Code.org is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented…

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Personal Capital

Personal Capital is a leading hybrid digital wealth management company with more than $9 billion assets under management, 20,000 investment…

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Redox

Redox is a leading full-service integration platform, accelerating the development and distribution of healthcare software solutions to securely and efficiently…

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SEEK

SEEK is Australia's number one employment marketplace, bringing together a strong portfolio of online employment, educational, commercial and volunteer businesses.…

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Schoology

Find out how Schoology Keeps Students, Teachers, and Administrators’ Data Safe
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TaxSlayer

TaxSlayer successfully completed more than 10 million state and federal e-filed tax returns in 2018 and processed $12 billion in…

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Kenna Security

Kenna Security is a leader in vulnerability management, serving many Fortune 100 companies and nearly every major vertical. Being a…

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Outreach.io

Outreach is a leading sales engagement platform, that automates and prioritizes customer touch points throughout the customer lifecycle, resulting in…

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Movember

Since 2003, Movember has raised awareness and funds for men’s health. In 2018 alone, the organization raised $87 million AUD.…

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Motorola

Motorola Mobility is one of the world’s largest consumer electronics and telecommunications companies. It has a robust security program across…

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HP

Printers, arguably the most common IoT devices on the market, touch and store some of the most sensitive data and…

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Dash

Dash is a leading e-commerce and payments-focused digital currency, and the fast-growing alternative to bitcoin.
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InVision

InVision, the award-winning product design collaboration platform, prioritizes product security with a robust approach to vulnerability management. To stay ahead…

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Atlassian

Evaluating Your Security Posture: For a number of years, Atlassian was running its own incentivized vulnerability reporting program.
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Skyscanner

Skyscanner's Adventures in Bug Bounties Skyscanner has a culture of innovation and continuous improvement. For our IT security function, the…

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NETGEAR

In early 2017 NETGEAR®, Inc. launched a public bug bounty program with Bugcrowd to help them stay in front of…

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DigitalOcean

Opportunity Building on the success of its private program, the public program allows DigitalOcean to focus internal resources on the…

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Twilio

Twilio, the cloud communications company out of San Francisco, CA, is an early adopter and innovator in the cybersecurity domain.…

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Okta

For years now, Okta has been running a private bug bounty program with Bugcrowd to augment the capabilities of their…

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Fitbit

Fitbit is a great example of an IoT company thinking progressively about product security in a time that this is becoming increasingly important.
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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Opportunity FCA US has always made the security of their cars a top priority, standardizing and innovating security features since…

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Aruba Networks

As Aruba Networks scaled its operations to meet growing demand, it knew that product and application security needed to be…

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Instructure

Opportunity Instructure, from its inception, has proactively published the results of its annual security survey to add full transparency to…

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OWASP

Johanna is an OWASP volunteer for the technical setup of the OWASP bounty projects, helping to define clear bounty scopes…

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Barracuda Networks

Barracuda Bug Bounty Program History: On November 9, 2010, Barracuda became the one of the first companies to run a bug bounty.
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Intercom

Intercom, the customer messaging platform launched its public bug bounty program in early 2016. The goal: to implement a secure…

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Indeed.com

Indeed - "A Bounty of Security" "'Do what’s best for the job seeker.' This has been Indeed’s guiding principle…
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(ISC)²

(ISC)² has run a public bounty offering Kudos points and potential CPE credits for nearly two years. Read their full…

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