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Personal Capital is a leading hybrid digital wealth management company with more than $9 billion assets under management, 20,000 investment clients in all 50 states, and more than 2 million using it’s free financial planning tools.
As a customer-centric wealth management company, Personal Capital understood it was a legitimate target for cyber attacks, and needed to have best-in-class security to protect its users and clients’ money and data.
Personal Capital turned to Bugcrowd to manage its vulnerability disclosure and bug bounty programs.
Bugcrowd has helped us trend toward better security posture and close issues of varying degrees of severity. Due to the success of the program, we’ve been able to increase the credibility of the security team internally with engineering and infrastructure teams. That camaraderie is invaluable
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