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Twilio, the cloud communications company out of San Francisco, CA, is an early adopter and innovator in the cybersecurity domain. Although they have consistently prioritized Product Security, they wanted to concentrate their efforts on the areas of greatest risk. To help augment their internal and external testing efforts, they turned to the crowd to start uncovering more vulnerabilities and learn from those findings.
By adding the power of the talented researcher community to our Product Security program, we’ve learned a lot about how people outside the company think about our products, additional scenarios where products can be at risk and what else we could do to protect our products. We’ve used this information to put a sharper focus on the areas of greatest risk, which has been invaluable to us as we scale.
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