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SEEK is Australia’s number one employment marketplace, bringing together a strong portfolio of online employment, educational, commercial and volunteer businesses.
With an expanding attack surface and highly motivated adversaries, SEEK recognized it needed to create a consolidated channel for vulnerability reporting and improve internal and external security testing practices.
To achieve this, they tapped Bugcrowd’s platform and community of white hat hackers, launching its crowdsourced security program in 2016.
Unlike a scheduled penetration test, time is not a factor. And given the number of researchers on the Bugcrowd platform this means eventually the majority of customer facing applications end up being discovered and further tested. This allows us to ‘even up’ the playing field between security testers and the technology teams.
Empower your security team with a Crowd of white hat hackers to find vulnerabilities in your code before the bad guys do.
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