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Riding Shotgun for Automotive Security

Today’s vehicles have all of the security issues of a modern data center, compounded by the rapid changes in the industry and the massive complexity of the technology infrastructure behind every car.

Driving confidence through crowdsourced security

Serving Industry Leaders

“We value engaging third-party researchers to improve our products making them safer and more reliable. Our goal with the Bug Bounty program is to foster a collaborative relationship with researchers to participate in responsible disclosure of vulnerabilities in our vehicles and connected services.”

Leading Car Manufacturer

WHY IT WORKS

Harnessing the Most Trusted Researchers to  Protect Your Most Valuable Assets – Your Customers

Crowd

Quality, impact, coverage, and trust – harness the power of human creativity

Platform

An all-in-one, intelligent platform for simplified vulnerability reporting and solution management.

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Expertise

Industry-leading operations team with experience in enterprise security and hacker community engagement.

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RELATED USE CASES

Automakers and suppliers are taking strides in protecting vehicles from cyber attacks, but as cars increasingly become “data centers on wheels,” cyber threats and safety risks are more serious than ever. Bugcrowd leverages the world’s most experienced and elite car hackers to find bugs inside infotainment systems, as well as transmission and steering control before the bad guys do.

Car brakes and other critical systems can be hacked via car infotainment systems. Being aware of vulnerabilities and understanding how to remediate them quickly minimizes your risk of a cyber attack. Bugcrowd empowers car manufacturers to gain more insight into their overall security posture to quickly expose vulnerabilities.

Telematics, Bluetooth, in-car apps, Wi-Fi, keyless entry, TPMS, CAN bus – all potential entry points for cyber criminals. Eliminate risks around remote exploitation of the vehicle by harnessing Bugcrowd’s cybersecurity team to find bugs before the bad guys do.

The CAN bus is a modern vehicle’s central nervous system, but more often than not, fails to implement even the most basic security principles. Bugcrowd helps car manufacturers identify vulnerabilities in the CAN bus so cyber attackers can’t gain access and manipulate the vehicle.

Bugcrowd Bug Bashes draw elite hackers with experience across car hardware, web, and mobile hacking, along with hardware and RF hacking, to compete and find priority vulnerabilities. The combination of experiences and backgrounds leads to fun collaboration and real-time engagement between researchers and engineers.

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Total Vulnerabilities

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Average Payout for Severe Vulnerabilities

999 %

Signal to Noise Ratio

FEATURED WEBINAR

What Security Leaders Should Know About Hackers

Cybersecurity isn’t a technology problem, it’s a people problem. From aspiring hackers to seasoned security professionals—the whitehat hacker community is a group of allies ready and willing to join the fight. With cybercrime expected to more than triple over the next five years, we need this whitehat community to help combat this threat at scale.
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Penetration
Testing

Crowdsource human intelligence at scale to discover high-risk vulnerabilities faster.

Bug
Bounty

Take a proactive, pay-for-results approach by actively engaging with the Crowd.

Vulnerability
Disclosure

Meet compliance and reduce risk with a framework to receive vulnerabilities.

Attack Surface
Management

Find, prioritize, and manage more of your unknown attack surface.

Featured Report

Priority One Report

The Priority One Report provides an inside look into crowdsourced security trends in 2019, as well as a deep dive…

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Events

Bugcrowd’s October Challenge Month!

Bugcrowd is excited to announce a special Program Challenge for the month of October to celebrate Cybersecurity Awareness. We will be…

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KAVACON – October 20, 22, 27th and 29th, 2020

We invite you to the third edition of the KAVACON International Cybersecurity Seminar. As in previous years, keynote presentations will be…

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Australian Cyber Week 2020

Join us in conversation with Bugcrowd’s Casey Ellis and a panel of experts to discuss vulnerability disclosure in the Australian…

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