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Motorola Mobility is one of the world’s largest consumer electronics and telecommunications companies. It has a robust security program across many departments and applications.
After recognizing the need for a channel to connect with the security researcher community to find critical vulnerabilities quicker and more efficiently, the company launched its first crowdsourced security program with Bugcrowd in 2015.
What is amazing about Bugcrowd — With all the security technology and process that we have in place at Motorola we always find bugs when product goes live. Bugcrowd has saved us close to $60 million, simply because we’ve avoided major data breaches in the eyes of our customers.
Empower Your Security Team With a Crowd of White Hat Hackers to Find and Fix Vulnerabilities in Your Code Before the Bad Guys Do.
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