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For a number of years, Atlassian was running its own incentivized vulnerability reporting program. While very successful, the team was finding that it was too hard to manage the sheer number and varying quality of incoming reports.
For Atlassian, it became apparent the balance between improving security and handling incoming vulnerability reports wasn’t quite right — paired with the increased need for quicktime to action — which highlighted the need for managed bug bounty programs.
Our traditional application security practice produces great results early in the lifecycle and deep in our services, but the breadth and depth of post-implementation assurance provided by the crowd really completes the secure development lifecycle. Multiplying the specialization of a single bounty hunter by the size of the crowd creates a capability that just can’t be replicated by individual organizations.
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