Security feedback about all of your internet-facing assets from anyone, anywhere
Bugcrowd’s fully managed vulnerability disclosure programs provide a framework to securely accept, triage, and rapidly remediate vulnerabilities submitted from the global security community.
Align with NIST best practices for accepting and managing security feedback.
Promote a positive relationship with the security researcher community.
Improve acceptance and response to security feedback.
What’s the plan for tracking vulnerabilities found by external parties?
Un-actioned vulnerabilities put your business and customers at risk. Bugcrowd’s fully-managed VDP creates a reliable and repeatable mechanism for accepting, prioritizing, and quickly actioning vulnerabilities that may have otherwise gone unreported, or unacknowledged.
You’re tracking incoming submissions, now what?
Bugcrowd triages and prioritizes all submissions to help you focus on what matters most: fixing vulnerabilities.
How Motorola Mobility Reduces Risk With Bugcrowd’s Private Bug Bounty and VDP
“With all these breaches happening around us, it becomes very easy for us to say to our executive staff, ‘Isn’t it better to know vulnerabilities exist before we get exploited by the bad guys?’ VDP gives us not only actionable insights to stay ahead of the adversaries, but also peace-of-mind.”
Richard Rushing, CISO, Motorola Mobility
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Contextual Intelligence for Faster Remediation
With so much diversity in targets, understanding the severity and impact of each incoming vulnerability becomes difficult. Bugcrowd’s standardized submission frameworks and VRT helps our triage team validate, prioritize and provide accurate Remediation Advice quickly so you can focus on what matters most.
Build your Solution
Bugcrowd supports multiple active and passive VDP service options that will help you quickly create a robust, reliable, and repeatable framework for reducing risk across all of your internet-facing assets.
Collect and manage vulnerability submissions reported via email.
Embed a submission form on your website security page to collect discovered vulnerabilities.
Publicly post your VDP on Bugcrowd’s website to encourage the Crowd to actively hunt for and report vulnerabilities.