Intercom, the customer messaging platform launched its public bug bounty program today. The goal: to implement a secure development lifecycle and protect customer data. Intercom believes that the program is one of the best ways to address and stay on top of the latest cybersecurity challenges.
Today, DigitalOcean launched its public bug bounty program. Building on the success of its private program, the public program allows DigitalOcean to focus internal resources on the demands of keeping the cloud secure, while letting researchers do what they do best. DigitalOcean now has access to Bugcrowd’s full crowd of researchers for an even wider breadth of skill sets to find vulnerabilities faster.
We're excited to share that NETGEAR®, Inc. has launched a public bug bounty program with us to help them stay in front of the latest threats and improve the security of the company's products.
Instructure has leveled up its security practices yet again - we're now proud to announce the launch of their private bug bounty program.
Since 2011, Instructure has proactively publicized the results of their annual penetration test reports to provide transparency around the security of their learning management system. From 2011 to 2013, these pen tests discovered an average 7.6 valid vulnerabilities each year.
Barracuda has been a pioneer in helping shape the bug bounty ecosystem that exists today. Since 2010, the IT security leader has been running its own bug bounty program on its networking and security appliance and VM products.
Perhaps you’ve heard of companies launching bug bounties in the news, or are looking to improve upon your current security assessment tools and services.
CARD.com recently finished their campaign to help test Drupal 2FA authentication with their bug bounty program, which helped secure not only CARD.com, but the open-source Drupal community as well.