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.
Today we are pleased to announce that after running an extensive private program with Bugcrowd, Okta is launching its first public bug bounty program.
As the world's leading product design platform with over two million users, InVision has developed a best-in-class security strategy since day one.
Today we're thrilled to announce that they're taking the next step toward bolstering their product security with the launch of their public bug bounty program.
Since 2006, 1Password has been a trusted industry leader in managing and storing passwords and has always prioritized product security.
To reinforce their commitment to product security, AgileBits, the company behind 1Password, is launching their public bug bounty program!
At the beginning of this year we released our ‘Defensive Vulnerability Pricing Model’ that answers the question “what’s a bug worth?”. This guide outlines how much organizations should budget for crowdsourced security programs, and what reward ranges attract the right talent. In short, this guide, informed by tens of thousands of vulnerability submissions and years of running public and private crowdsourced security programs, set the first market rates for security vulns by criticality, and now organizations are beginning to adopt this guidance.
Yesterday Lyst, an online designer fashion retailer out of London, launched their public bug bounty program with Bugcrowd. As crowdsourced cybersecurity is adopted by a more diverse set of industries, it's encouraging to see companies like Lyst commit to work more closely with the security research community.
We are proud to partner with Silent Circle to offer the crowd an opportunity to earn a free Blackphone!
Silent Circle launched their bounty program with Bugcrowd in September 2014, and continues their tradition of working collaboratively with, and rewarding security researchers for their vulnerability submissions. To that same end, this contest brings together Bugcrowd's security researcher community and Silent Circle's commitment to create and support secure products.