Crowdsourced security has its roots in the bug bounty movement, which emerged years ago. Since then, it’s become much more versatile, enhancing numerous security workflows (pen testing, ASM, etc.), and for many adopters, joining the mainstream development lifecycle.
In this joint Data Breach Today and Bugcrowd webinar, you’ll hear Bugcrowd’s Head of Product Marketing, Justin Kestelyn, discuss:
✓ Integrating crowdsourcing with your existing dev and security processes
✓ Modern use cases for crowdsourced security that go beyond bug bounty
✓ The difference between generalist crowds and curated crowds
✓ How crowdsourcing contributes to continuous, shift-left security
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